Kerf

Cutting

wood, cutting words

both leave damage behind

and though we may try we cannot

repair

 

Using the cinquain form today for a few simple lines. 

Kerf: The width of a saw cut, which depends on several factors: the width of the saw blade; the set of the blade’s teeth; the amount of wobble created during cutting; and the amount of material pulled out of the sides of the cut. (from wikipedia)

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storyteller, writer, poet, gardener, countrywoman
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