Hilly road with foliage.
Photo by Matt Duncan on Unsplash

Weighted hills,
green firs in the ever,
broad oaks in the turn,
leaves aflame, undressing,
one hill resting against another

This nestling—nesting,
bears weight—an age,
crowding my horizon
forbidding a glimpse
of what I must find

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