new-boiled clouds wash clean
cold nose-stinging wet trickles
road all greasy mud

old boards turn dark brown
knots curl black and dead pith crumbs
pines stab, glistening

my old hat worn grey
with turkey beard and two holes
smells like a wet dog


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