I hoe vees. I seed kale. I miss her fingerbones. She thumbed holes, out-of-kilter lines, made harlequin maps. No remains— tufts, nails or teeth— all ebbed to meal. I loiter at the fruiting rows. I skirt abandoned beds.
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