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“One afternoon, disgusted, bravo, you fall asleep.”
Tim Lilburn, Moosewood Sandhills
tags: sleep
“All knowing darkens as it builds.
The grass is a mirror that clouds as the bright look goes in.
You stay in the night, you squat in the hills in the cave of night. Wait.
Above, luminous rubble, torn webs of radio signals.
Below, stone scrapers, neck bone of a deer, salt beds.
The world is ending.”
Tim Lilburn, Moosewood Sandhills
“Dry snow coming down in the hills.
Magpies hair-triggered and thuggish in worn trees.
A wall has started to fall in you, it will take years to land.”
Tim Lilburn, Moosewood Sandhills
tags: time
“Snow falls in the Moosewood Sandhills, on ghost
burrows, deer woods, in the bone-home,
last snow.
What does it mean to become nothing?
You've dug a cave in the earth,
room of knowing, room of tears.
It means to place yourself beneath irrational things
and know they are without blame.
The potato smell of the dark.
You've given up.”
Tim Lilburn, Moosewood Sandhills
“You were chased here by darkness.
Listen to the curve of the hills, the guttering voice.
The way to anywhere leads through humiliation.
There are only animal trails.”
Tim Lilburn, Moosewood Sandhills

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