Peach Philosophy

You must not be afraid of what waits
     after death,
my past self says to me
as we share a peach slice. I don’t
     understand him—all his cryptic philosophies
of space & time, the age marks not grown
     on his face that define my own now: scarred
some, pitted, distinct as pink, ripened fruit is.

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