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Every angel holds a pigeon on her head.
Each leader blinks from eyes of stone
His bitter disdain for shit-soaked rain.
Which leads me to observe nature holds
No opinion, few alternatives. Nature shits.
She churns mountains’ molecules, turns in the tide
tired migratory whales, beats back the ships.
She planted truthful trees, handled every rock,
gripped sticks like thoughts. Nature shits,
no pause to moralize. Fire ants do nothing wrong,
nor hurricanes foreseen as fierce, bent beyond
geometry when the sea suddenly bends. Only we
regret, only we too late repent: not this, not this!
until the solid mountains deeply press our bones.
2001 - 2009
Table of Contents
When The Gods Were Alive
A Red-Haired Girl
The First Fall
The Agave Files
2010 - 2019
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