Rue Family - Poem by Christina Pugh
April makes no difference
to the Lavalle cork tree
imported from central Japan;
to the Sakhalin cork,
its diamond bark
rising into branches
from a trunk of plated sand.
In the city park, this family of trees
wears its rue as buds
traveled into leaf each year—
as your sister wears hers
on a South Dakota highway:
there behind her knee, tempering
the air above her hand.
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