crow streetlight moon yucca (recipe for aesop)

sometimes, collage comes to you.


the crow, on its flight to the moon, paused for a moment’s reflection on a conveniently placed  streetlight; the yucca, patiently waiting for the sun to set, considered the crow on its perch; the moon, wanting nothing more than to shine brightly, hung in suspense (like a grape in aspic); the streetlight nodded in agreement.


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