Two Poems

After Harvest

If lovers part at dawn to hang all day
on the thornbush of torn wrists,
if bare beech woods on far hills
remain immobile as stone,
if crows rising with the sun
shatter ice from swaying ferns,
or on the river, near a creosote plant,

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