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‘Cup’ and ‘New Trees’ by C. Murray

Cup


nest rests
her cup

(heart, feather)

into wood
winds
capillary

In air (above)
sky is a heart caught
red, its amber spilling

nest stills
her dust
and moss

breathe out 

underground, wet roots stir
the sleeping house up

soften
     the softening rain

my veins answer tree

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Cup is © C. Murray

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New Trees,


there are three –
two crows dance 
steel-beaking the mounds round

New Trees is © C. Murray


Image is © Mick McAloran

Image is © Mick McAloran

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