Bridges - Poem by Gerard Geiger

above and below,
walking sculpted narrows
of plowed accumulation...

Surrounded by trees...
Thin gray nubby shanks
embedded between two
endless dunes of white,
above and below...

A natural cotton-swabbed
world with interspersed
tracks of foragers
tirelessly seeking nourishment,
weaving between shanks

and visiting pregnant
patches of suspended leaves,
woven among finger branches;
the only available oases
between the white
above and below.

White, pure white,
beautiful and barren
except for the trees,
footbridges between worlds,
Of white, pure white.

Gerard A. Geiger February 11, 2005

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