Write Love Without Saying Love

After daylong rain, 

a woodpecker starts again—

all muted typewriter keys. 

*

I would like to report

on the hydrangea and the persimmon—

and the number of whorls amid their green.

*

We hear the wind's 

arrival before seeing its plumage.

And then it moves through everything.

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