“Why did you paint two red birds?”
“So I can see and know love.
And you never see a blue bird with a red bird.”
A creation story written on broken wings is
“No ones sees a red bird with a blue bird.”
I envision flight when you say that you don’t see.
I imagine love singing impossible songs for you.
Hearts are kaleidoscopes, but not bodies
of red birds and blue birds in patterns together.
Tall branches don’t keep hounds below at bay.
Where there are thin bones there are easy breaks.
But now I live far from stained hues, now I see
and know love as a blue bird perches my window.
I wake to find different color feathers on pillows.