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There was a fire in your former home, it was on the news. You brought me here, once, in my youth when nothing impressed me. Read more

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Grief’s a bastard. Read more

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"lug like trunks,/ steer like plows/ pile like lumber..." Read more

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"It’s 6 a.m. when the lights turn on / in a white-washed drugstore, / as if it were a little theatre / shining out onto the sidewalk." Read more

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"Had hardwoods and crown moulding / I thought I could afford. I signed the lease, / sick of driving everything I owned" Read more

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"On benedick’s retirement, or how I learned to stop worrying and love the catholic church" Read more

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"Rita, we are both members / of the fat neo-Scottish diaspora. / Don’t tell me it doesn’t exist, sweet darlin’" Read more

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"anything you wanted to keep had to be taken off your balcony / then on that day, Balcony Day / whatever items were still left out there disappeared" Read more

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"he’s rowing with bed rails on sheets / sail-taut where the sea should be." Read more

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"Canada has no history books, they are being written as we speak by navvies and temporary foreign workers, by strippers and hitchhikers." Read more

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