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Ogden, E.B. (2004). For You, Time. Psychoanal. Perspect., 2(1):89-89.

(2004). Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 2(1):89-89

For You, Time

Emily B. Ogden, B.A

(September, 2004)

Your nature forces the memory of her

And I use it as traction

To balance my changes.

I catch her smile in your face

As you swivel in your chair to look at me

And ask what climates I like best.

I want to answer how she would—

To remember her gusty Northwestern persuasion

For hair-whipping winds and sea grass.

I'll teach her to you

If you'll help me remember

How she nodded us forward.

Allow me to sway too far

And bend out of reach because

I know I am rooted in her

for you.

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