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ELIZABETH KERLIKOWSKE : The Morning and the Evening.
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from Rib, a chapbook
Rib: a vein of a leaf or an insect's wing
ribs are the barrels of sunlight spattering nutrients into the cloth of leaves ribs pleat the insects' wings are also the cracked glass that makes a dragon fly a cathedral window I held my hand up to the sun when I was new and saw right through it, yolk yellow webbed with future countries and their borders
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ELIZABETH KERLIKOWSKE
The Morning and the Evening.
The morning and the evening. The geese carried their summer weight from marsh to cornfield to cornfield then just decided to stay. Every minute mattered. Sometimes cabins needed repairs; the cabins repaired. The trees wore any colors they fancied. Hunters lay strapped to the roofs of old cars, and the deer drove. Smoke, bear, storm: all the smells were there breaking on shore into waves
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from About U, A Book of Hours : 10 p.m.
from Rib, a chapbook : Rib: a vein of a leaf or an insect's wing
ELIZABETH KERLIKOWSKE : The Morning and the Evening.
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