Spring 2000 • Vol. XXII No. 2 Poetry |

April and the New Physics

        I. I went into the forest    of dogwood blossoms to be with my love, and we lived there    together beneath blossoms.         II.    Pond's breath---A stirring among          blossoms under stars       beyond our cold noticing.         III.          Eventually, sweetest love,       the universe will come    to a point, a sing- ularity, where the energy, its urgency,       its urge scent see,       of all that matters of matter will col-    lapse to one point,       a pin hole of black, un-    til, from such till- age, a big bang births           some stir-       ring of itself, like Eve           from Adam                 that first       evening of their unpart

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