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    [post_content] => You phoned me at 3:23 AM, told me the time
was a palindrome, asked if I wanted to go shopping
for secrets and sea breeze
 
- I hung up.
 
You hummed a song I’d never heard
as we wandered dream-streaked streets,
talked about how the rain tasted
 
said
“I just want to pick up everything
 
you leave behind and put it in my pockets.”
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Where

Sherrie Talgeri

You phoned me at 3:23 AM, told me the time
was a palindrome, asked if I wanted to go shopping
for secrets and sea breeze

– I hung up.

You hummed a song I’d never heard
as we wandered dream-streaked streets,
talked about how the rain tasted

said
“I just want to pick up everything

you leave behind and put it in my pockets.”