Three Poems

If Anything Can

Of those dark days

at the end of August, the sky mixed up
befouled grisaille, breeze harvesting rain off to the west—
an imperial, catastrophic weather like bad debts

called in, delicious, really,
like works of art where we inhabit pain

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