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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: SARAH SARAI

REMORSE By Sarah Sarai When he lumbered in the way of men who use their hands to till earth, he knocked rough doorway to sob at unfairness and the slaying. Dull, trembling, he threw down three pelts against a desert … Continue reading

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