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    Cliché

    Alison Chisholm

     

    They came between dusk blue

    and the watery moon's rising,

    arrows of geese

    that made the sky a river

    flecked with froth.

     

    Their calling silvered the air,

    reflected in glass and puddles,

    made twilight a cliché.

     

    But one small boy

    who knew geese only from a picture book

    watched, 

    gasped,

    wondered.

     

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