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Jun
20
2003
Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 33 issue 4

Vision

Charlotte Innes


POEM Vision Charlotte Innes After snow, I widen squinched-up eyes, watch tips of pine floating trunkless over muffled ridges—or seem to. What flickered once is holding now, the first clear light after nights that almost closed their eyes for good—like you, like me, snowed in for years, as disembodied as...

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