Possession -- Laynie Browne

The relation between what he imagines, built up with wood and clay, and how he is loved, is the difference between the green leaves of the apple tree and the basket which will gather its fruit.

She lies next to this thought, as a method of sleep. When she awakens beneathe the tree beside a child newly born, she finds ancient utensils and a stone upon which is engraved: "her parent must be born, her cadence simultaneously."

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