June 30, 2007
Storm, a poem
The storm had golden hair flecked with black
and moaned in a monotone, like a simple woman
giving birth to a future soldier, or a tyrant.
Vast clouds, multi-storied ships
surrounded us, and lightning's scarlet strands
The highway became the Red Sea.
We moved through the storm like a sheer valley.
You drove; I looked at you with love.
Adam Zagajewski's poem is at TNR here.
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