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Denise Levertov - To the Reader

As you read, a white bear leisurely
pees, dyeing the snow
saffron,

and as you read, many gods
lie among lianas: eyes of obsidian
are watching the generations of leaves,

and as you read
the sea is turning its dark pages,
turning
its dark pages. 

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Poet: Denise Levertov
Poem: To the Reader
Poem of the Day: Sep 8 2008
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