Childhood's Perception

Poem By Daniel Norton Smith (addendum)

We used to play in Gregory's house.
Downstairs was a room full of mirrors -
it was amazing.

Now, I realise, Gregory was the caretaker's son.
And the room was an empty discoteque.

Gordian knots hang now where a glitterball should be.

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