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Sequoya Fitzpatrick


I can feel the sunrises in your rib cage that you won’t let out.

No wonder your body is always so warm

and your palms are always so sweaty.

I waive my right to apologize for pressing my cheek to your chest.

I’ve never both loved and held the sky all at once.

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Sequoya Fitzpatrick is a double major in psychology and cognitive science at SUNY Oswego. If she had to choose one fictional character to be best friends with, she would have to say the Cat from The Cat in the Hat. He always has something cool and fun going on.

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