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Once, I visited a cemetery there, on the border between Poland
and Ukraine. Stark and beautiful. Green and calm. No dead
man walking there. Not even ghosts. Only the long lines
of graves and rusting crucifixes nailed to trees.
she keeps washing the dishes—they
have to be clean for the
dinners of tomorrow—
and watching explosions
in some distant country
By the time the light reaches us, empty
sunflower fields are pitted with more craters.
I wake up overwhelmed
with love. Time slows.
I hear each beating of
the wings on a hummingbird.
Jesus out of his tomb and wandering
among the rotting corpses in Ukraine,
dragging his bandages behind him.