Four Poems

Autumn in an Old House

My wife is heavy, round.
A brick laid on a bubble.
Thick the smell of smoke

from the open stove. The last
branch peeled of leaves bends
in the wind. Part of the trick


is to keep moving. Part
is to stand totally still.
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