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Poetry, Vol. 3.1, March 2009 Because the priest’s fingers are ninety they retain light. The acolyte cups lavabo bowl in...
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Poetry, Vol. 3.1, March 2009 Sternum split with a surgeon’s coping saw of light, boardwalk’s slattern ribcage swinging every stranger’s...
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Poetry, Vol. 3.1, March 2009 This set contains a grassy knoll. A book depository, ten motorcycle cops. One governor, a...
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Poetry, Vol. 3.1, March 2009 We sat in a carpet of acorns, two seventh graders ditching school, again. Phil asked...
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Poetry, Vol. 3.1, March 2009 IV. At the Ferris wheel top, you turn and set my hand over the lump...
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Poetry, Vol. 3.1, March 2009 You seem to have leapt from time, landing before my face as though I should...
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Poetry, Vol. 3.1, March 2009 The vague memory of old roads slides beneath cars. All summer, through brambles, past goats,...
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Poetry, Vol. 3.1, March 2009 I. Our kitchen cabinets are painted a gluey white that must be covering years of...
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Poetry, Vol. 3.1, March 2009 I. Kat wore a pale brown skirt the color of her light tan tie the...
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Poetry, Vol. 3.1, March 2009 The dead bird did not sing through the shards of yellow light lingering over the...
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