The ache of summer carries the Scent of boxwood in heated repose, The haze of afternoons before thunder. Each August, my mind returns to The bricks and mortar of youth, The locust-pitched rooflines of campus, Where ambition stood erect As colonnades in oaken sunlight.   We spend decades shaping the Plywood annex of all that…

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