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California Eclogue No. 1
Rounding the bend on Los Virgenes, / it happens every time. The canyon turns ocean / and I begin to cry. Salt-water heart, still so dry / from all…
I will never regret the secrets I have kept. // Sometimes, though, they escape as a hiss. / // / The secrets I have kept belong to him as…
Consider Me Your Future
A Samurai rests toward the sound / Of sun melting snow. / Elm branches slope and point / In the direction of time turning. / Earth’s belly has…
In the library a student I don’t know // exclaims that over a million people died on his birthday— / he is smiling as if this fact has given him…
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