You coaxed these tendrils clock-wise around each stick, secured them with string; now the vine’s once-youthful winding, nakedly exposed, is stiffer than twine. Elsewhere, so much leaf, concealing arthritic hands of beans, their fingers stung by a first hint of frost. Woozy flies bask on their papery leaves. You’ve left behind more than a memory […]
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