When you were a kid and jumped off a garage roof.
Like thunder without handlebars.
Or the frayed seams of a school yard baseball.
In the uncertain terms of kite strings.
And a gravel road for theology.
How quiet quits the spindle, peels back the print.
Undone by becoming. Traversed by being.
Tipped over. In the end.
Into something so subtlety, and invisibly, forever.