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Indd 37 6/20/11 7:46 PM ——— (9) Imagine the archeologist’s surprise: the reliquary held nothing but pigment— (10) living blue. Powdered lapis. ——— (11) And when the first few raindrops lifted the dust, (12) the rain arrived to press it back down. ——— (13) So let’s shift the scales through their modes— (14) or else watch a single chord drag behind it the shadow of its minor equivalent. ——— (15) Would this silver ring still be pretty if it was found in a mass grave from last year’s war? (16) From an ancient one?
29) A hammer shaped this bell (30) and thus the ring of every future note. ——— (31) Each glance, pressed into the world— ——— (32) then the world presses back: a closed circuit. indd 40 6/20/11 7:46 PM I n t h e M u s e u m : A Pa s to r a l A student has set up a canvas before Rubens’ Autumn Landscape to copy it. His wrist hovers in the air before him like a whole note, the brush flitting outward from his mind; the tiny bundle of lashes at its tip leaves an echo of form. Then it’s back to the palette for the next timbre of light, the next pale fold of the fields, which the trees will erase when they, too, eventually arrive.