Hunter’s Moon

twelve moons gone
and then another
through my fingers
into the river

reflections shiver
on top of the water
the face of my father
the face of my mother

I see them whenever
the fall turns to winter
when I recall

the wind of November
that winnows relentlessly
all that is tender

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