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Poetry: Caroline Crumpacker

September 26:  90 Degrees and Rising

Sallow afternoon of girls around the perimeter
Remember she preferred the silent playground incipient identities:
she preferred the lesser intercourses the classic picnic table framing her
resistance as social critique.

Remember she preferred offering, a body on hers, the middle age of women is
a prolonged disturbance.

A café at the blue hour. Soft inner arm. She preferred the tresses of a long reality.

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