April 6

C offers wisdom in simplicity: “Why burden your burden,” indeed!


Waiting on the weather
report. Come dawn

we’ll know better
but for now it’s

unseasonably warm.
Which makes these words

unreasonably harsh.
Why burden your burden?

You sink stones in mud
to step on, a way across,

why be mean to your means,
unless you seek an end?

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