Quart of View

by Erin Radcliffe


A lee of birds
grasps your waking up

where I live between nape and funnel
we lap the endless

never locating
the number we agreed on

now like the inside bones of the hand
this rondel of apocrypha:

We are cut from water

is there no air
we cannot breathe?


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