A Crow Flies Cleanly over the Cornstalks

Down the road outside my grandmother’s town,
women still light candles at dusk. The almanac
tells them when the moon passes into ghost weather.
I almost see her parish church at the shore
and snow falling, while inside the candles guttering,
a head nodding so the quiet ones can talk. A bell.

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