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Flash Boys In Our Day

A prose poem memory

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Flash boys
rude boys
we were too

fearless prowlers of alleys, parks, and quiet dark corners

unscarred faces gleaming in the warmth of a palm-cupped flame and a borrowed smoke

raucous laughers in the shadows, triumphant over shared bottles and lies

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