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throw it then.
and where you are is where
the stone’s leaving shapes an empty hand.
language, and the air through which
its falling makes an arc, says

thrown, a stone-fall moves the lake.

how far in even time
can ripples go, the outward
moving sense of place, of state or home? –
as if the stones or waves or waters know.

George Messo

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