I have lost my piano hand. The banter on Saturn rings in my ears (that’s a terrible joke). A few of the handkerchiefs smell like operas. During the night, the ghosts arrive to try on my socks, and to read whatever book I am reading backwards to me. I have found a violin hand. Tonight I will camp out “under the stars” with Quixote and Pooh Bear. The vagrant blue in the November fields. I have that. At least I have that. The lost arms of flowers, though nothing weeps. And the only color is the electrical structures and the graffiti wire. There is dire in blue, directly in this wandering. I will work out the equations at a later date. At this rate, by the end of the year, the moon will have enough to buy a helicopter. And have that ankle looked at. Silence likes to doodle, intentional as clouds. In a sweater, the handlebars are autumn, even as it rains. While riding a bike. Part of it is the dust from stars. Some of it rolls in the ground, like a season. Take a bow, ripple with the sea. Each leaf before it catches hold of the earth Says hello.