Now That April’s Here

Now That April’s Here

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Snow paid attention,
left the white pines scarred
and the springtime yard
rife with life and destruction.

Moss hair back from the dead
brings the Green Man’s head
softly, softly, underfoot
right beside the maple root
that quotes Sévigné‚
up the budding tree:
“Spring is red.”

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