Donald Davidson (poet) Quote

Something stirs that once had life. It drops
Into the stream, a last act of faith.
Seedballs of sycamore, incautious leaves of willow,
These have outstayed their autumn, teasing death
Only so far, not yet beyond all patience.
Now they let go.


Aunt Maria and the Gourds

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Something stirs that once had life. It drops Into the stream, a last act of faith. Seedballs of sycamore, incautious leaves of willow, These have...

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Something stirs that once had life. It drops Into the stream, a last act of faith. Seedballs of sycamore, incautious leaves of willow, These have...

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Something stirs that once had life. It drops Into the stream, a last act of faith. Seedballs of sycamore, incautious leaves of willow, These have...

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Something stirs that once had life. It drops Into the stream, a last act of faith. Seedballs of sycamore, incautious leaves of willow, These have...