Abigail, I buried you so deep
It’s a wonder that they found you
Down by where the pregnant lilacs weep
Well I guess I should have drowned you

But the water was froze up
And your memory rose up

I’ve made many beds in many towns
Hung like heads ‘neath starry crowns
You’re the only weight I could wish for
But you don’t pin me anymore

And the buoyancy abounds with a pull
Nothing ever drowns full

The water was froze up
Your memory rose up

Abigail, I buried you so deep
I remember when I found you
Down by where the pregnant lilacs weep
I remember when I found you


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