Sunday, March 20, 2016


Little gold laurel leaf
Gilded with letters
Inscribed in accord
With established superstition,

You won't have anything to say
To me beside the ghostly cypress,
But imagine what later,
Unimaginable generations

May make of your instructions,
Rescued from my dirt remains,
And sing for me what I was
Who really never was at all.

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