when I close my eyes, my bones quiver like I’m the girl I was last summer, waking up eighteen on the banks of the river, four inches deep in little boys that press themselves flush into the creases of my barefoot callouses   it’s there: honeysuckle, rationed single drop by single drop, nectar touched so…

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