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Poetry #140
(published June 26, 2003)
Clinquant
by Marcy Jarvis

What could it ever be except this . . .
a bird caught in a shaft of light— a granary silo— beating itself to death against the glass.
What could it ever do. Accept this.

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The Next Poetry piece (from Issue #141):

Birch Bark Creel
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The Last few Poetry pieces (from Issues #139 thru #135):

Two Ways of Sitting on A Porch (from Seven More Poems the Road Gave Up, parts 6 & 7 of 7)
by Tom Sheehan

Survival Camp (from Seven More Poems the Road Gave Up, part 5 of 7)
by Tom Sheehan

Displacement (from Seven More Poems the Road Gave Up, part 4 of 7)
by Tom Sheehan

Hands (from Seven More Poems the Road Gave Up, part 3 of 7)
by Tom Sheehan

What If (from Seven More Poems the Road Gave Up, part 2 of 7)
by Tom Sheehan


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