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Wells, E. (2008). Blue Man. Fort Da, 14(2):85-85.

(2008). Fort Da, 14(2):85-85

Blue Man

Elaine Wells, MFT

The bells of winter sound

closer in the night.

Winds in the hills blow

limbs of trees stripped

of leaves—wild bones

twist in the night,

shadowing the cool moonlight.

You climbed into these hills

in sunlight with me.

We came to the crest.

An afternoon white moon rose

in the east.

The blushes of sun faded

in the west.

We come down into the valley lit

by an autumn moon.

These grasses and trees are blue

and you are my blue man

lit in moonlight,

going with me into the wild night.


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