The Stone Remains Silent Even When Disturbed — O at the Edges

The Stone Remains Silent Even When Disturbed In whose tongue do you dream? I fall closer to death than birth, yet the moon’s sliver still parts the bare branches and an unfilled trench divides the ground. Bit by bit, we separate – you remain in the earth, recumbent, as I gather years in stride. Even […]

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