by Madeleine Roberts

From the first spring we learned enough  
of mauve and purple petalstuff,  
wisteria curled in peacock plumes,  
and Eden’s honeysweet perfumes,  
to know that dying never fits  
the ground, and though the earth forgets  
the sound of its revival song,  
the winter cannot linger long.


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