At the edge
of the body’s night
ten moons are rising.
A scar remembers the wound.
The wound remembers the pain.
Once more you are crying.
When we walk in the sun
our shadows are like barges of silence.
My body lies down
and I hear my own
voice lying next to me.
— Mark Strand, excerpt from Seven Poems
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