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A Memory (Reflections from Noguchi)
By Nancy Andrews

Meditations September/October 1999

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Snow is falling on the river
As I reach through this stone
To a portrait
Invisibly there
Even softer than melting
Silent
This silence
Older than gods
It is, as the stone is silent
But stones donít melt. . . . 
I turn away
Taking back the stone
Go ahead pressing wet leaves
To the pavement
Now one breath precedes my own
I catch up
It is yours  is with me
We lie silent as the snow
Falling on the river

From The Invisible Season by Nancy Andrews, Wayland Press, 1999. Reprinted with permission from Wayland Press.

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