How can you resist a title like this? Footprints on the Roof by Marilyn singer is full of wonderful earth poetry. My favorite is “Burrows” – where we walk across the ground not seeing the “mazy metropolises” beneath the earth. I particularly like the last bit:
I try to tread softly:
a quiet giant
leaving only footprints
on the roof
You can read the entire poem here at Marilyn’s website.
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