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National Poetry Month 2016: April 15th, Margaret Avison

A Nameless One By Margaret Avison Hot in June a narrow winged long-elbowed-thread-legged living insect lived and died within the lodgers’ second-floor bathroom here. At six a.m. wafting ceilingward, no breeze but what it living made there; at noon standing … Continue reading

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