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August 07, 2009

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Rachel Barenblat

I like the last two lines very much.

Nathan

Yes, the pacing leading up to the last two lines is exquisite.

Julie Jordan Scott

ahhhh, Rachel and Nathan - that last section was the last part of the poem reading - with the least "thought" at creating them (which reminds me that my earnest-ness may have gotten in the way of the beginning... will revisit to see.)

Thank you for your comments!

angie

I just love this phrase:
'my job is to stay me like a
barren tree, leafless'

I'm glad you didn't leave your words lying in the middle of your paper. nice write.

Erin

So many great images here...I love the "claw foot pedastal table" holding up her elbows

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