Stick, stuck

The tree, twisted painfully
as though caught turning
trying to pluck her own fruit,
throwing out her trunk, hunched
and laboured, reminds me of my mother,
pained by my petulant face:
“If the wind changes,” she’d say,
“you’ll be stuck that way.”

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