Ursa minor

So little it takes:
scent of a white unfurling

at the end of a stem.
A cabbage leaf to tent

a new mother’s tender breast.
That handful of lights pulsing

in soft smudge above pine
needle mulch. From the dark

field above, what we call stars:
far away but sure of themselves.

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