The over hanging tree branches

a poem by Charles Fisher, UK

Thin cable-branches unmoved,
They hang down from the thicker branches,
Like sleeping industrial cranes in the overcast sky

Earlier on,
The cable -branches heaved and strained,
As they lifted up the heavy weights of wind:
At one stage, the cable-branches,
Look if their bending backs were going to crack,
Under the strain of the heavy weights of wind

The wind world eventually became quiet
The sky became overcast
Trailing downward cable- branches slept,
In the world of the overcast sky

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