Little Song

To leave you is like waking, or refusing to wake,

in that way the body has of haunting itself.

Returned to your hand, I’m the astronomer
unable to lower his telescope, or look away.

You’re the telescope, too. Close, you show me
far reaches that are themselves not even the beginning.

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