Mid-Winter Thaw

Walnuts lie in leaves

Much like the mud-caked golf balls

Replete in these woods

(In the spirit of Lemony Snicket: “woods”, a word which here means “a grouping of more than a dozen trees”, as in “Nebraska woods”. Similar to “Nebraska lake: a body of water big enough to turn a boat around in”.)

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