our bodies twisting together,/a kind of thunderstorm blue
breathlight/we hang/empty cisterns/on ashen branches/feel the cold
Outside morning cats/wend their way home
Places become very far away—they reserve themselves to time. They are rescued.
What are they thinking, stretched out in the sun...
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