The ancestors live in the warm Siberian thaw in spring,
With rising carbon dioxide and methane.
The ancestors sing in the deforested Amazon rainforest.
Moonlights rain in the wildfire.
The ancestors roam in the yard with Canadian geese,
white-tailed deers, and hellebore flowers.
The ancestors bloom in blue, red, and white coral reefs.
They hide in the Forthesia bush with cardinals.
The ancestors play Nintendo with children and chickens,
in the Sunday afternoon in the kitchen.
The ancestors cook shiitake and chanterelle risotto,
For my fifty-fourth birthday.
The ancestors climb ice in the Boulder Canyon in January.
They tell me to watch out for blackbirds.
The ancestors traverse to the moon. They live with
two rabbits, and a flute made of moonstone.