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Stone Bird

作者:未知  时间:2013-04-03
  by Pattiann Rogers     I remember you. You‘re the one     who lifted your ancient bones     of fossil rock, pulled yourself free     of the strata like a plaster figure     rising from its own mold, became     flesh and feather, took wing,     arrested the sky.     You‘re the one who, though marble,     floated as beautifully as a white     blossom on the pond all summer,     who, though skeletal and particled     like winter, glimmered as solid as a bird     of cut crystal in the icy trees.     You are redbird—sandstone     wings and agate eyes—at dusk.     You are greybird—polished granite     and pearl eyes—just before dawn,     midnight bird with a reflective     vacancy of heart like a mirror     of pure obsidian.     You‘re the one who flew down     to that river from the heavens,     as if your form alone were the only     holy message needed. You were alabaster     then in the noonday sun.     Once I saw you rise without rising     from your prison pedestal     in the garden beneath the lime tree.     At that moment your ghost     in its haunting permeated every     regality of the forest with light,     reigned with disdain in thin air     above the mountain, sank in union     with the crosswinds of the sea.     I remember you. You‘re the one     who entered in through my death     as if it were an open window     and you were the sound of the serenade     being sung outside for me, the words     of which, I know now, are of freedom     cast in stone forever.
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