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out of time

she promises if I sit beside her a while
and tell her my story
I will never die
just as she tells stories
   of the Arapaho whose name for her is lost
      the settlers who named her Boulder Creek

she beckons me closer
tell my story
and she will share
the stories of those that passed before
                shallow pans dancing
shock of first blood
baptism of children who screech with red-tailed hawks
lovers sharing the vows of marriage
   and the spark of conception
tears flowing
   down her banks
      until waters merge
         so that cutthroat trout taste the oceans

she speaks of a young man
who took his name from the mountains
bathed in sunshine
he sang songs of love
soaring hope
and promised to sing of her stories

she speaks of another who visited her
every summer with poems
about mountains made of steel and granite
minds blossoming and wasted
prayers for friends who died too soon

she promises to tell my story a thousand years from now
in the language of the wind
answering to the name she is called that day



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