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Just past
my anniversary
of learning
to live
alone again,
and here a nest
given me
in a friend's
two hands--
a nest brought
down unharmed
by a dead tree
brought down.
The tawny weeds
woven just so
with a bird's
inborn skill--that
I understand--
but the delicate,
dry blooms
like shooting stars
all around?
Just so--the way
fragile things
move, like wishes,
from one life
to the next.


Jennifer Burd, Ypsilanti, Michigan



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