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Squint Skyward and Listen

We could stand for a century—staring— With our heads cocked In the broad daylight at this thing. Joy, landlocked, In bodies that don’t keep, Dumbstruck with the sweetness of being Until we don’t be told “Take this,” and “Eat this” Told: “The meteorite is the source of the light, And the meteor’s just what we […]