It is a good day. A day for enjoying coffee and tortillas while watching the birds. And when the day is done, night folds its wings over the garden. The old lady closes her eyes--and sleeps.
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Sometimes Johnston's images are rich and evocative, as in the closing ""Gal pagos"": ""Hold this place/ gently/ like an old shell./ Hold it/ to your ear./ Hear the song that sings/ inside--/ splash of fish/ flutter of finch/ rustle of salt/ wind/ lava hissing/ in wet sand/ and the echo of lonelin...| Read Full Review of The Old Lady and the Birds