Far from being surprised at this juncture
this fork in the road
this broad-leafed tree
it comes as no surprise to me
I felt the skin on my shoulders quiver
felt such a dull ache in my bones
wings crying out for the sun

Walking in the woods as children,
Buck and I afraid of bears
walking in the woods as children,
Buck and I afraid of bears
walking in the woods as children,
Buck and I afraid of bears
walking in the woods as children,
Buck and I afraid of bears
afraid of bears

Far from being surprised by my lifespan
I think of moths and I close my eyes
I think of moths and I close my eyes

Walking in the woods as children,
Buck and I afraid of bears
walking in the woods as children,
Buck and I afraid of bears
walking in the woods as children,
Buck and I afraid of bears
walking in the woods as children,
Buck and I afraid of bears!


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