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August 23, 2022 / barton smock

vii. (response poems for Benjamin Niespodziany

Those years, two or three of them, where every shortstop went missing. That cop who turned his siren on and couldn't get it off. Each unrecognizable baby. The god we looked at to remember god. The graves, we'd joke. Left out in the rain.

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