Trouble Lights by William Olsen

By William Olsen

A visionary poet writes elegies for the flora and fauna.

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By William Olsen

A visionary poet writes elegies for the flora and fauna.

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Wasn’t it our own eyes we saw all this with— a scared homeboy got shot by scared cops— Main Street, below Mount Home Cemetery, the city’s giant Santa and the candy canes and all the city bric-a-brac existing for the sake of something larger and more meager than the single soul, some civil cheer that doesn’t require us any longer? It is snowy enough, no real concern at all if we can’t make out the citizens of darkness. And the people who told us the inside didn’t matter weren’t people but a mass opinion with no love in its arms.

Soon October roars its way into everything about us that changes, working mysteriously backward like human regret into the very tip of the leaf where no tip is, till the cyclic suicide blankets streets and sidewalks with the crimson of the Huron Indians: who once rowed across lake water long after the sun had gone down behind pine trees. Dark will be dark that you can see beyond, nothing but memory remaining of fireflies that lived in the suburbs of Earthly Paradise— 47 above rusted tricycles and plastic pools sparrows drink from—dimming into grass.

Somebody’s hand would lower as far as my cheek and a voice would have to tell me whose down there where I still can’t see the faces— each voice standing out from all the rest, totally strange—and the darkness keeps us talking. 39 CRYOMETER Jason Willis, an average lawbreaker, died at the entry to Mount Home Cemetery, Kalamazoo, after a high-speed chase ending in violence. For months his mother, Karen Willis, marked the spot daily with flowers, till she died at the hands of her husband. Years later and the flowers keep reappearing, by whose good hands no one knows.

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