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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 for Timeka All night I’ve been awake wishing I could be one of Hopper’s women,...
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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 I am a wolfman in the doorway in cellophane. It's a secret how I get...
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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 There are no trees to cast shadows along a North Dakotan highway, only stacks of...
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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 We drive to a window factory and traverse its rooms, the summer night pale as...
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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 Hitler cut off her right thumb during the war. She was born in Slovenia. It...
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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 I stood in my lavender nightdress in the wet grass. The man cried before they...
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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 When your lust is done with me I’m gonna need a hearse. This fanbelt snapping...
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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 On a dirt road in their love she feels the deer run. Moon glazes them, dazes...
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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 The room smells white, is white, has pasteboard walls a fist or a feather could easily...
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Poetry, Vol. 2.3, Sept. 2008 Graves, stumps of salt lick. Stones hold stillbirths down-scattered, tiny skeletons inside larger ones, girls...
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