Gallant Day

What is more that of the grace of a small finch weaving
through the intertwined branches of a flowering tree in early March
or that of a passionate fly dancing over surface of pooled blood
or than the elegance of a maggot intricately weaving its way
the innards of newly ceased carnage to a subtle grace of ballerinas,

In a gallant day one ponders.

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