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as the orange disc splits horizon’s dark—brushes lavender into treetops I get up not to count robins rather to see air : song bird-song-all with one distant train whistle Ra Apollo Phoebus Sonne/Helios/Sol I get up to see : Easter Morning colored bands stretch light through song if this is a Prelude to something else then The Sun This Morning : one round, middle C anchoring its orange over grass hill gravestone 3 rivers / valley / city / ocean — Music
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Gail Langstroth is an internationally renowned Eurythmy performer and teacher who lives in Pittsburgh. Her poetry collection firegarden / jardín-de-fuego was published by Get Fresh Books in 2020.