Old stories creep along my arms.
Extend through my knuckles.
Age plays tricks, as I remain a bird.
I forgot that I’ve left the nest, flown around the world.
My flock revolves around their sphere in other nests.
My ancestors’ stories fly by as I lift my wings.

~ Abbe

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