— Diana Keren Lee

A phone hangs on its cord,
listens to the wind.
I will not cross the bridge looking for you.
I will not call—like the dead,
you do not need any kind of lecture.
My flowers are still on your table,
your letter in my desk.
The trees, in the meantime,
practice their golden rule.

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