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Remarks You May Have Prepared for the Dinner
John Wall Barger
Lament for the Makers
I comb my hair . . .
In the slightly damp garden . . .
But first we must free ourselves . . .
I remember little of myself . . .
Now that time seems wholly mine . . .
If you knocked now on my door . . .
To get out of prison do you really need . . .
Don't count on my imagination, no . . .
Limping pigeon. Absurd . . .
I have become quite wise . . .
Always wanting to understand. You can't . . .
Love that's not mine nor even yours . . .
Conviction (Warden's Greeting)
The Composer Must Have a Piano
Let Me Die in Madrid
Mr. Anderson in the Fall
Lucille Lang Day
The Lost Books
Forty Shades of Green
"I like it when you imitate my mother"
Pittsburg Plate & Glass Company Lot 63
Tresha Faye Haefner
A Walk through the Parking Lot at Midnight
Eric E. Hyett
First Antiphon of Callow Youth
Perseids, New Smyrna Beach
I Will Begin
Dust to Dust
The Flower of the Moment of What Comes Easily
Lo Kwa Mei-en
Rara Avis Decoy
I Love Chickens
The Rain Falls Far
Water Finding Its Way to Water
Wood in the Air
At Sixty Weeks