Let Them Not Say – Jane Hirshfield

Let them not say:   we did not see it.
We saw.

Let them not say:   we did not hear it.
We heard.

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Who leaves me rootless – Mary Meriam

You! all rich now? man at your cozy table,
tête-à-têre, now gets every murmur, whisper,
laugh and sigh that dreamily leaves your lips? How
sweetly your echo

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SNOW: I – C.K. Williams

All night, snow, then, near dawn, freezing rain, so that by morn-
—–ing the whole city glistens
in a glaze of high-pitched, meticulously polished brilliance, every,
—–thing rounded off,

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Calf – Elizabeth Arnold


The calf was tired from being born.
Its mother had disappeared.

Lying in the grass the bright brown

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