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First Line: What heather is parading along the park in a
Last Line: Underbrush.
Subject(s): Central Park, New York City; Death; Nature; Seasons; Winter; Dead, The


WHAT heather is parading along the park in a mist
with leather yellow that is fading, mingling with amethyst?
Tips of branches! Trees in winter! As I stumble, plunder, crush
through the nimble leaves I wonder
why it is ever said the trees are dead —
I can never take it in. The trees are wading naked in translucent waves of
underbrush.





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