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Poetry, Vol. 6.2, June 2012 I wake to hear Garrison Keillor reading about a mother, somebody's mother, about how her...
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Poetry, Vol. 6.2, June 2012 I say to him that Jean Robert-Houdin once made a tree blossom into life. Houdini...
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Poetry, Vol. 6.2, June 2012 scattering of children red candy wrappers in the hedge sitting on the grass his honey...
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Poetry, Vol. 6.2, June 2012 We went into the fire as children, came out gods. Flies dropped dead at our...
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Poetry, Vol. 6.2, June 2012 Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb. Luke 1:42...
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Poetry, Vol. 6.2, June 2012 My mother bakes ham into a pink pillow and beans into buttered tears. His mother...
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Poetry, Vol. 6.2, June 2012 They tell me not to go down by the docks, or talk to young men....
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Poetry, Vol. 6.2, June 2012 But he managed to glimpse Her dread form reflected in the polished bronze Of a...
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Poetry, Vol. 6.2, June 2012 Three lines into my pitch and I’m invited in from the day of selling doors...
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Poetry, Vol. 6.2, June 2012 “North Korea has ordered its people in Libya not to return home, apparently out of...