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a poem for Herzog and any human who has ever been sad

May 3, 2015

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August 2007 Your song ended when the air smelled of wild grapes and the dusty sweetness of clover. And crickets serenaded the evenings, and cicadas’ hum filled day— and night Everywhere was the scent and vibration of high summer — then I learned that death is not an event not a presence but a cessation. A […]