There were no names

Before every moon had a nickname,
there was an innocent chaos
that smelled of bananas and vanilla.
The trees danced
without worry of proper language.
Skies held mystery,
running was a joy,
potatoes were valued more than gems.
I was younger than I’ll ever be.

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