Last night, shooting stars. Cats with their mouths open to the universe and great regions of autumn bound up in slow wax. Someplace familiar. This drought is a telephone for calling up the whole circumference of what happened after the moon fell into the sky. Morning's relentless advance. In the yard two rough crows protest lengthy shadows.
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