The Bright New HemisphereFred Schmalz
Where we began a rain almost invisible falls on all our friends’ new babies, their knit caps. Tree tips prod the air with white buds, white against white marble. Oh stone, tiptoeing. We smuggled into this new land heirlooms spirited from the last. I would have told you but they were so fragile I had to lie to keep them alive.
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