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We could blame this on . . . . . . . . . . . . .the weak gravity...
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Beyond late hours of light no singing, no music. I can hear the water drip from the downspout. It is...
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(for Bly, after Machado) On Sundays we take the last piece of honeycomb out of the wall safe and walk...
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The primrose will live on this planet for X more years; the main contribution to its desolation will be climate...
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these are solid gold spectacles with the finest crystal lenses put them on (i said) the street is a blurry...
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Our boat’s made from hundreds of toy boats. Our engine’s a goose egg, roiling a tin watering can. The moon’s...
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Sleep’s not what it used to be. So rise, ...................move through the rooms with soft steps, stoke the embers, shun...
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the trick is to be still so long the hand absorbs its shadow . and blink only in threes on...
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Interview by Elizabyth A. Hiscox Elizabyth A. Hiscox interviews Patricia Colleen Murphy about her award-winning collection, Hemming Flames. This interview...
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NYQ Books, 2015 ISBN: 978-1-63045-008-3 Paperback, 107 pp., $14.95 Review by Andrew T. Powers Reading the poems in John Amen’s...
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