Pecans

Green ovals house
White wood 
At summer’s end the husks 
Dry to brown, then black and split open.
The wood turns brown and brittle
 Nuts drop to the ground.
Hands and knees harvest them
On cool November afternoons.
 Crack the shells and find 
Pecan pies.


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