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   Volume IX, Issue II

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Poetry


from (dis)(em)biographies
Ann Pelletier

 

clay and mud   feathers   grass stems   leaf stems   frags of coal   pcs of stone

        I have considered all I have
                                      every possible perspective
                                                              color or animal coming in waves
                                                  as afternoon merges lacelike
                                           darkstained

no serious foe appearing in my own image

     every surface a different angle
                     wildly the birds flying with kinked wings
                                             inky gleaming white

         afraid of some loss
it is perhaps simplest to sayŃ
                       in the ensuing everlasting

 

 

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