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    Mar 2008
    Port Orchard, Washington

    I was inocent

    a morning long wind began
    a bird blush
    when a cedar tree
    on the road

    dogs barked and howled
    at the stump
    as if I
    had something to do
    with it


    I only windowed
    the green grass
    when the day,
    having past the night
    as a light source,
    fussed the birds
    in the cedar tree

    the dogs finished their growl
    when my lonely self
    and I walked my legs
    to the broken bark
    of the fallen tree

    a pursue of birds
    to the bushes
    Last edited by Steppe; 05-26-2019 at 10:04 PM.
    "Don't worry about readers. Their on their own and will find meanings for your poems in their histories and yearnings. Let language go where it wants. If readers respond to your language, the poem can't help but mean." Poet Richard Hugo

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