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from "Favored daughter"

Megan Kaminski

Purple blossoms bedeck arms
spread down neighborhood trees
we wander in solitude spend hours
calculating the sum of things
as if limbs accounted for something
more than afternoons spent sunning
                         magnolias bend
touch themselves to our foreheads
make us forget childhood spent
silent escapes to the country

Megan Kaminski

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