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Poetry Books Received: May

Six O’Clock Mine Report by Irene McKinney

“Maybe because I am married and felt secure and dead
at once”

from “Visiting My Gravesite: Talbott Churchyard, West Virginia

Benediction and Baseball by Ed Werstein 

“But still, I stayed within the lines
could never find the proper color
for defiance like theirs.”
from “Casablanca Colorized”

The Orchard by Brigit Pegeen Kelly

“A thing both fragrant and foul. A lily and a man’s brain bound together in one body.”

from “Windfall.”

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