Wry Duty – a poem by D. R. James

Wry Duty —somewhat after G. M. Hopkins Rococo of branches’ scribbled bliss—to skies of cirrus filtering streaking-linen grace; to fuzzed nubs of antlers on young bucks out back; rotunda’d, wind-felled oaks; insects’ notes; hedges shivered and lulled; dawn, water, and dune; to plants’ husks, tremors, vibrations, and tongues; stems’ tubes sculpted, impromptu, and smooth-furred; to […]

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