Sevenling: a poem of t(h)rees


A poem of t(h)rees should begin
perhaps with black ash, paper birch, scar
-let oak.

It would stretch skyward in the lightning of
open palm, crepe myrtle, and weeping
willow’d sway,

to teach us the root-word ways of endings.


In November, we poem







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2 Responses to Sevenling: a poem of t(h)rees

  1. qbit says:

    the root-word ways of endings.- Excellent!

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