Ulrich Troubetzkoy /
March 14, 1986
Squirrels on a branch at brink of spring dissemble bark and are barely seen except as a flourish limb from limb. With a flicker of light they skim the snow in tracks of thaw as they come to beg, impertinent at the winter's edge. Ulrich Troubetzkoy
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