C. Duhnne

Our Moorland 
O, lady when I was young
You helped me climb mountains,
I took enough of yourself 
into my expanding forest
took in fernleaf, pinenut, mossiness,
until the wood was dark moorland,
Let you out along my desire paths,
to join the gust as wends its own way.

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