marlene mountain
one-line haiku
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peaceman finally admits 'the west can go to hell'
the heat the heat the heat a sprinkle the heat
the one day into another our night between
insistent chiggers and repressive government policies
black history month women's week the rest white male
i was fortyfive before i heard of matilda joslyn gage
a good rain a loan to the dentist 'when god was a woman'
everyone gets married and has kids the heat
police shoot into a crowd of mourners police shoot into
white sugar white flour white male
boatwoman rescued thrown into a prostitution house
wish i had known when young 1-20 crones like i am now
russian bullshit/propaganda in it at least there's hope
emily: freedom of press any old jerk can write a novel
the conversation turns to welfare cheese
leaves have fallen moon mountain
the long night sexist haiku
a leaf floats through the chill
the world based on a lie i paint what i want to paint
a gang of one ranting and raving in the mountain
autumn i am drawn deeper inside
stunted by those years with him
arms definition to put around a body not to kill it
off the cell floor they lap water and blood of the dead
alone middle of the night i can do it all
we three by the pond he mentions poverty first
the long day you leave as it begins
leaves of autumn sisters of the world

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