Each Thing Unblurred is Broken

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I found a birch stick beside the burial ground and then found myself holding on to it. Will someone cringe from cruel ire, a pointed barb from murk and mire, I kindly helped when she was ill? the impact that I left was pure; and goad him to live well on earth. Grammar, spelling and sentence structure with of little import to Edith. His formulation of the split in every poet between the Ariel and the Prospero. Catherine Carter, from Cullowhee, NC, was the third prize recipient for her poem “First Witch,” and she will also be published in our upcoming issue.

Pages: 96

Publisher: Omnidawn (November 3, 2015)

ISBN: 1632430088

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