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249/365: Late Plums

We ate the plums, / dutifully, / tired as they were with wrinkled skin. / As the last of the season, we were bound. / Later, when our own skin reflected golden light, / I could still taste syrup on my chin.
We ate the plums, / dutifully, / tired as they were with wrinkled skin. / As the last of the season, we were bound. / Later, when our own skin reflected golden light, / I could still taste syrup on my chin.

This is my first, clumsy attempt at using FiftyThree's Paper app.

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