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   Volume XI, Issue I

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Poetry


Let Me Be Your Twin IV
Kyle Hemmings

 

Because I've locked air tight alibis inside this jar. Look what I've keptover the miniature house,
over the little porcelain children who once resembled us —a transparent sky— saved and sealed,
composed of the last breath we ever took together at the edge of sailboats.

 

 

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