Life in a new place

Trebouxia and ascospores are aeroplankton now.
The sessile juvenile appears where germination begins …
Tree crown air chimneys inside a scalp of leaves
Dewy morning dawn with sun rise light
Apothecial ascus rupture for ascospore ejection
fly ‘til entrained in condensate
Currents of an airy morning in mist flows
scrubbed by tree crowns as occult precipitation to bark
Ascospores harvested by leafed branches
and its wet fishing net of wind trawled bark algal guilds.
Canopy through fall drip intercepted by bark
getting tacky in a drying afternoon sun for
evaporating damp drawn back to nodes and bark cracks
where germination begins …

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