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November 27, “Crows, and Others,” from NOVEMBER: A Poem in 30 Days

 Knowledge The crows that roost at the peak of Mom’s barn roof rusted sheet metal rest assured they will eat by dusk.   Black Hand one gorge, two buzzards… then three, four drums beating, five Canadian geese ascend from the … Continue reading

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