sunglare on both sides

 

For PS 4.58

Pond Song 4.58

 

We are returned to a sort of fertile formlessness. G&B 261

 

This is Thoreau’s sweet edge__bottom solid milky ice

cuts one happily in two__sunglare on both sides

 

fact and feeling (Cavell)__the wonder of it is I

hear ducks splashing over there__low tide is still high

 

 

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2 thoughts on “sunglare on both sides

  1. The ‘wonder’ of those ducks, Tom! They are mentioned as if peripheral, a distraction, but I’m not so sure. They are a noisy, bustling and purposeful presence in an otherwise still and (but for the observer) un-sentient scene.

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