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Everything That Acts Is Actual
From the tawny light
from the rainy nights
from the imagination finding
itself and more than itself
alone and more than alone
at the bottom of the well where the moon lives,
can you pull me

into December? a lowland
of space, perception of space
towering of shadows of clouds blown upon
clouds over new ground, new made
under heavy December footsteps? the only
way to live?

The flawed moon acts on the truth, and makes
an autumn of tentative silences.

You lived, but somewhere else,
your presence touched others, ring upon ring,
and changed.
Did you think I would not change?

The black moon turns away, its work done.

A tenderness, unspoken autumn.

We are faithful only to the imagination.

What the imagination seizes as beauty must be truth.

What holds you to what you see of me is
that grasp alone.
Written by: Denise Levertov