Summer School

Northridge Review, Vol. 6.1 (1988)

Nicholas Campbell

In June we carved branches
into whistles, testing the sound
so that, when winter came, we could
bring down the cigar box and breathe
a little easier.

Summer taught us a song,
what we touched we remembered,
careful to carve a place for each finger.

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