POEM Up North Rick Ferris The northerly winds blow cold today; scudding cloud-shapes distend and break with every gust, dip of oar, exposing voids, deep, beckoning. The northern shore’s a shadow line—a budding insubstantiality, or cosmic dust settled long before my feeble reckoning. . . . I paddle on, due...
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