Tony Leuzzi
Associate Professor: Dept. of English & Philosophy, Monroe Community College
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From front to back:
a bare tree stands above two people.
When they kiss
the tree begins to bud, then blossoms.
A bird exits the leaves,
soars high through sky
and is gone.

From back to front:
a bird falls feet first from sky,
plunges to a tree
and disappears in leaves.
Blooms diminish into buds.
Two people kiss.
The branches die.

Either way, the end is white.


 

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