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I used to set pennies on the train tracks past my grandmother’s / house even after someone told me this could derail the train. / My daughter…
Hefting a chicken and holding a string, / your voice returns to me unbidden: / “Please,” against my neck that long, slick / afternoon. I shut out…
This is a week of garlic
This is a week of garlic, a week / of angled sun, of sapphire. / A gibbous week, a week of headaches, / of late tomatoes. A week of horror, / a…
This is a simple poem
When you go, I will wash / your body, take your arms / each in mine and know, / now, their weight. Pull / the cool sponge along / your side, lift…
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