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SPIROS ZAFIRIS : wince not
SPIROS ZAFIRIS : let us wince

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SPIROS ZAFIRIS
wince not

wince not, O otherwise pastoral heart fences they are— you will lose the inopportune hindrance to fly from tree to tree

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SPIROS ZAFIRIS
let us wince

let us wince, make believe we lost the World Series— mustn't mention its return, actors, let's practice regret!

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SPIROS ZAFIRIS is a Montreal poet who has been writing tanka, even before he knew they were called.


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