Untitled #23 by Larry Mawby
the lightness of water,
the heaviness of water.
when water partakes more of heaviness,
it lies upon the earth in oceans or lakes,
or even snuggles into the ground.
water partaking of lightness
disappears into the air and,
when very light-filled, is felt
as dryness. when the lightness
is cold, water floats upon other water.
water partakes of heaviness variously,
water partakes of lightness variously.
this is the truth of water, my children.
All I Am by Mimi DiFrancesca