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28Aug
Poetry, Vol. 1.1, June 2007 I need a little poem no bigger than a nail file to slip in here where the bigger boys sprawl. One little poem with your name in...
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28Aug
Poetry, Vol. 1.1, June 2007 My father, weak of heart; every time he got sick he got sicker. Gone now, like a tune. My father, who was the gentle Pantagruel in the...
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28Aug
Poetry, Vol. 1.1, June 2007 You command me to shovel the driveway in a dream, but it’s warm out and the snow is inside the house— I push slushy accumulations into childhood...
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28Aug
Poetry, Vol. 1.1, June 2007 I could spend some stanzas describing the way he bent over my tire, displaying two identical fat, hairy butt cheeks before reaching between his legs for the...
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28Aug
Poetry, Vol. 1.1, June 2007 I This twilight hour (a dance, a sorting of parts) swells the innards of anyone daring to pay attention I do-- sometimes and feel the twitch of...
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28Aug
Poetry, Vol. 1.1, June 2007 The hair runs from her head and beyond the perimeters of this moment, what remains lightened by the sun and cradling her pale neck, its long, vertical...
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28Aug
Poetry, Vol. 1.1, June 2007 I have a friend who couples himself with the wind: arms spread, eyes shut, the rushing air renders him fluid. He senses these flurries, knows each leaf...
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28Aug
Poetry, Vol. 1.1, June 2007 This life is all about being beautiful. Mamas dragged us into scorching kitchens, Screaming for mercy. On the stove chicken grease Crackled like fireworks on hot summer...
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28Aug
Poetry, Vol. 1.1, June 2007 Mommy adjusts the tiny pillow beneath her knees as she fastens straight pins on the hem of a white woman's dress. Two young girls stand downstage with...
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28Aug
Poetry, Vol. 1.1, June 2007 Morning beach. The sun among broken clouds. The empty boat moored to the pier, rocked in the waves, in the tapestry of passing. The clothesline twangs, shirts...
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