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CHRISTINA PACOSZ : In the Outlaw's House: for Jesse James
ANJANA BASU : Night Wind
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In the Outlaw's House: for Jesse James
Clapboard pockmarked with weather unpainted inside Newsprint cardboard on walls Big chinks where colder air pours through already chilled rooms Linoleum so worn only a red rose or two remain leached white by the boots and heels of many feet No money for niceties Narrow windows And views Stubbled fields Beyond them The sky  

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The day rises and sets A gale blows out the sun And swims to drown the stars All night the wind tugs At my white netted bed While a thousand stars hold back The sea of air. The net whips and plays, A white stork swimming A winged brief message To a thousand centuries of light Day grounds it. The stars Return to their worlds While the wind whipped back Sulks like a scolded child.

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CHRISTINA PACOSZ : In the Outlaw's House: for Jesse James
ANJANA BASU : Night Wind

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