I was there,
nameless gluttony of charged particles,
when the dream-trees were felled
by alabaster whorls of lightning.
From the siege I salvaged
a charred branch, which became
my staff, my walking stick,
and I began to wander
in search of first syllables, touch,
and a name to hold my place.
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