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path in woods by Jason



Under the jungle-wood

resting on the rock

we hauled down

from Jack’s Pass,

tree limbs hover low, and


brush my dirt-stained feet

as I stretch

into the mesh

of heathered sunlight

through the leaves.



(c) 1982, 2018  Betty Hayes Albright


This is a revision of a poem written in 1982.

Photo taken by my son, Jason Judd.

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