On The Edge1963The magpie in the Joshua treeHas come to rest. Darkness collects,And what I cannot hear or see,Broken limbs, the curious bird,Become in darkness darkness too.I had been going when I heardThe sound of something called the night;I had been going but I stoppedTo see the bird restrain his flight.The bird in place, the shadows droppedAs if they waited in the lightBefore I came for centuriesFor something I could never see;And what it was became itself,And then the bird, and then the tree;And then the force behind the breezeBecame at last the whole of me.
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