All posts tagged “memory

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‘When Adults Talk’ by Mary Ruefle

I am not even vaguely interested, though for a quarter I could be. I was not allowed to move but when my leg went deadI cheered it on in the first place. When they whisper they ought to wear a lead vest.Their lips look like… Read More

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Chase & Repoussé

Wikipedia Poem, No.  826 subtle white clover yields at dawn shifting cubes of light pliant suburban lawn chase and repoussé

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Ivy, After Forgetting, Again

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Trinity (Nuclear Test)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 507 but only therapists remain and projected to have no metaphors i am thinking the impossibly large brick school building the phone call and days ago holding no metaphors i am thinking about what i asked her in first grade the therapist… Read More

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Therapy (Pulling Red Thread)

Wikipedia Poem, No. 483 dazzle in bayonne them i spot the battleship a brave thing in me but better in college baionnette bayonne diminutive bayon i am a human who sits unlike a trough purchased long at the academic front leaking a long narrow open… Read More

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Poem

now outside are scary things out there children play other bells ring out then cease with mouths and thin skin everything with clout is immediate and blood waits for a bout below layers of paper my dog watches a goldfinch with her nose she cries and… Read More

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Wikipedia Poem, No. 279

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Wikipedia Poem, No. 277

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“Dante’s Beatrice” by Frederick Seidel (2006)

I ride a racer to erase her. Bent over like a hunchback. Racing leathers now include a hump That protects the poet’s spine and neck. I wring the thing out, two hundred miles an hour. I am a mink on a mink ranch determined not… Read More

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Wikipedia Poem, No. 180

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