borrowed language

borrowed language

 

a glimpse from the week’s

epilogue

 

commute sentences

under dusk cloud’s

motion

 

we’ve lost some words

while we prepare for saturdays’ sleep—

 

welkin, wellaway,

where- and forthwith

 

between breaths, unsaid

 

we know future

as “up”, due to

heightened field

in which objects

we approach

grow

 

while we half-talk half-

eat at the table,

the light outside changes—

honeyed light rises

through the roots of grass blades, up

through the trunks of weed

trees, and in distant heights,

the orchard’s unripe fruit

floats

 

an evolution among words

displace above our heads,

move at their own will,

seek rogue poems

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