The Sudden Robin
The sudden robin
And following, falling,
Meadowlark lilt sound,
Resound, echoing and cascading
With and in my meandering heart,
With the selfsame pastel startlement
Of lupine and yarrow and wild rock rose
Bursting unbidden, source unseen,
Through the evening light watercolor
Wash of grays and blues settling
Suffused in soft concert cast across
The many mottled greens
Of this wondered
And wandering world.
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