Saturday, August 23, 2014

Come, thief, by Jane Hirshfield

The mandarin silence of windows before their view,
like guards who nod to every visitor,
"Come, thief,"
the path to the doorway agrees.
A fire requires its own conflagration.
As birth does. As love does.
Saying to time to the end, "Dear one, enter."

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