I cannot assert sole authorship of this poem. It’s by Greg Bryant, Bryon Cannon, and Nancy Jackson. That averages about a line, or 5.67 syllables, apiece.
massive branch, its fall
unseen, lies like a dead horse
crushing its shadow
I really like your use of the verb crushing!
Bryon, you like puns — I just noticed I managed to get a season in line 1.
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