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Poetry


from There Is No Wayward Palace
Laura Carter

 

How a young woman will turn; that's what verso is for. There were meanings applied to situations. Desert, though, is not always blue; sometimes it is the color of a bronze deer who has arranged a meteor to capture all alternate rays of sun. A day begins. Or perhaps it's that day fades into night, Albert Ayler softly playing in the background, and Zimmerman's name still in air, going only to show that glitter doesn't stay.

 

 

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