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    Somewhere between a spring-like winter and a winter-like spring,   I lost you, lost you even as you strolled beside me. Over clams and calamari   at The ...

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    Poem Beginning in the Body and Ending in a Landscape

    Partly wreckage See Left leg Not going as the leg once went Not light The way the light once went Before the light went dim And a field ...

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    My father moved out of her house without warning as daffodil stems were throwing off bells, as the bells of the church down the street kept forgiving. In ...

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    The year my father moved to Oregon, I asked Santa to bring me a puppy. When he didn’t deliver, I began my lobbying campaign. I had the perfect ...

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    Isle of Delights

    The lake was alive with lights: the lanterns on the boats golden and round like hundreds of miniature suns, and the moon so heavy on the horizon it ...

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    Far in the Hole

    An out-take from the acclaimed novel Heat and Light. Jennifer Haigh: In drafting a novel, I give myself permission to follow every thread of story that fascinates me. ...

    On August 28, 2016 / By

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