by Tom Montag ENTERS THE EVENING Light the color of dust Settled on corn stalks just before Harvest. Dusk. Once, the chirp Of crickets and a quiet beer. Sound of the river. Once, The smell of new-mown hay, shadow Of a breeze stirring the trees. What the light carries low. Dusk. All the edge of things Defined by approximation. Originally published in WISCONSIN POETS' CALENDAR.