Power, Perception, Humbleness, and Tramontana in the Form of a God

by Renwick Berchild

I had a dream that Trajan’s Column fell on top of me,
That blue canaries crowed and cawed,
That to ride a minnow I first had to become small and the minnow
Large; I had a dream that tramontana
Stole me from my crib, and set me down upon a mountain and told me,

“Live.”

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