Five Poems

Playing House

I don’t know why we’d ever want
to replicate their lives,
pretending to be grown-ups,
shuffling upstairs
with their aprons and neckties,
cupboards filled with dusty
cook and garden books,
their young faces going stale
in yesterday’s mirrors.

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