Chasubles

by Catherine Chandler

Roots suck down the spectrum’s red
to steel a brutal crust;
leaves must take what’s left of light —
epitome of trust.

Summer’s a smiling charlatan
camouflaged in green,
where violet truths lie mantled in
the seen and the unseen.

 

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