Quick Ghazal

the sum of the very coffee, invective cold the scrape of days take winterlude from muddy water to bare bone how every curse at the bus stop a silver shadow …

the sum of the very coffee,
invective cold

the scrape of days take winterlude
from muddy water

to bare bone

how every curse at the bus stop
a silver shadow

a forced migration turns dyspeptic

my mutton heart arrows
a hangover of trees

her william tell overtures

days of cholera & new york magazine
covers

home a figure for mixed meanings

we wound by how

we name

rob mclennan

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