. tiny things.

it is the little things that excite so

in the height of summer low look for seeds

small flowers studded in hedgerows

dry stone walls

our lane remains dusty, unmade.

3.

what you see is magnified.
they leave here larger than life
petrified in their own forests.

scan beds and lens.

light the boxes.
tie the books closed, leather
bound

broken,

words lost.

boxes can be opened to
reveal.

4.

tiny things become intimate