let's run in fields and fear the dark together,
fall of swings and burn special things,
and both play outside in bad weather.
let's eat badly.
let's watch adults drink wine and laugh at their idiocy.
let's sit in the back of the car,
making eye contact with strangers driving past,
making them uncomfortable.
let's both reclaim our superpowers;
the ones we all have and lose with our milk teeth.
the ability not to fear social akwardness
to panic when locked in a cellar,
still sure there's something down there.
and while picking from pillows each feather,
let's both stay away from the edge of the bed,
forcing us closer together.
let's sit in public, with ice cream all over both our faces;
sticking pur tongues out at passers by.
let's not find it funny lest someone falls over.
classical music is boring.
poetry baffles us both;
there's nothing that's said is what's meant.
plays are long, tiresom, sullend and filled;
with hours that could be spent rolling down hills,
and grasing our knees on cement.
let's hear stories and both lose our innocence.
learn about parents and forgiveness,
death and morality,
kindness and art,
thus losing both of our innocent hearts,
but at least we won't do it apart.
grow up with me.