The Warbler of Verrazano Bridge (poem)
The Warbler of Verrazano (A Poem)
A lone warbler sings
despite the drone of cars
across a span of steel;
he sings from his on wild
patch of bramble laying
his claim ages before
the coming of Giovanni
da Verrazano from Italy
to a very wild North America.
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