Trees Can Fly - Poem by Joe Bisicchia
They spread their wings, and let go
and though seem to die,
we see their leaves spring and leap
and cross the sky.
And all along, lifts our shared song
as their bones turn podium
and the bird sings as if here awe belongs.
Published by Kitty Litter Press,2017
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