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zucchini, tea, my father’s birthday

heating water for morning tea
small drops of olive oil
on the silver stove
of last night’s supper

through the window
across the street
and through another window
and another
I see my father
Most days, he reaches for
the telephone
as soon as he wakes
Today he sits for a long time
while I wait to hear his
weather report

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