Like Hearing Your Name Called in a Language You Don’t Understand

Since the day the bell was cast

I have sat in the bishop’s carved chair and waited my turn

with my feet crossed at the ankles, and the leather of my

huaraches

cutting into the hide of my foot.

From where I was sitting I watched the light being drawn

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