The Partisan Review2001Passer-by, these are words. But instead of readingI want you to listen: to this frailVoice like that of letters eaten by grass.Lend an ear, hear first of all the happy bee
Foraging in our almost rubbed-out names.It flits between two sprays of leaves,
Carrying the sound of branches that are realTo those that filigree the still unseen.Then know an even fainter sound, and let it beThe endless murmuring of all our shades.
Their whisper rises from beneath the stonesTo fuse into a single heat with that blindLight you are as yet, who can still gaze.May your listening be good! Silence
Is a threshold where a twig breaks in your hand,Imperceptibly, as you attempt to disengageA name upon a stone:And so our absent names untangle your alarms.And for you who move away, pensively,Here becomes there without ceasing to be.
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