Tom Langlands

The Day They Shot The Crows

The crows were dropping 
from the trees
wings broken and flapping
the squawks of a murder
rattling the vacuum
where feathers fall as fast as stones

black hollows
in the shagpile snowdrops

The newborn lambs
saw where death had trod
and cried 
with both eyes

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