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To a Sycamore, Lately

By Meredith Davies Hadaway

I cannot know the hundred
               springs when tiny leaves uncurled
                              to grasp the sky, the summers

of humid bark and peeling days—
               I know nothing of your life, though
                              I watched it end with ropes and saws
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