By Katherine Soniat
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Over her hut the sun shifts to the next day, and Moneeka's batch of the lost-and-found have been saved or put in the orphanage to stay. No one thinks Page 38 to scramble after the spilt seed. If a photograph were shot one might forget with the singing faces, the yellow corn and marbles in the dirt that this will never be a game where the stakes are small. Page 39 A Comparable Season The cedar waxwing has fallen too much in love with the juniper berry this rough winter, carried his desire fermenting into spring.
They said the phone rang for days. <><><><><><><><><><><><> Now, rain sheets before the mountains and I want to route maps home, over islands, the waters in between. . You recall Page 44 how the trail ended, how abruptly. I keep holding the shrubs away over the last footprint as clouds and sunlight scope the valley, search for something gone. I lie down at dawn and guns go off in the hills, rough sounds of things being laid out in the frost: the doe who leaves her ribs and face behind, the fox ice-gauzed in his hushed, red fur.
You recall Page 44 how the trail ended, how abruptly. I keep holding the shrubs away over the last footprint as clouds and sunlight scope the valley, search for something gone. I lie down at dawn and guns go off in the hills, rough sounds of things being laid out in the frost: the doe who leaves her ribs and face behind, the fox ice-gauzed in his hushed, red fur. But what can't be found, that's the sighing part rose cloth tattering from the barbed wire, the footprint left by a country mailbox.
A shared life: poems by Katherine Soniat