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William Burton

Tree branches touching in the breeze of autumn: to have known you this way is no less touching for its randomness, its avolitional quality; it's no less quality for our senseless swaying in the wind, nude, twisted and black. I don't regret the wind, the touching or the axe.

William M. Burton is studying French literature and translation at McGill University, where he also edits the Commentary and Compendium sections of the McGill Daily.