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From a Tree Limb

From a Tree Limb By Sean Karns Outside my house, a gutted buck dangles from a tree limb.  Two men pull the buck’s hide like tugging on a bell rope in a tower. Their children swing on the swing set. … Continue reading

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By Marianne Kunkel: A SLOTH FIRST HEARS ITS NAME But why should it care? It munches a cecropia leaf. It probes the air with its blunt snout, detecting a waft of sour coconut. It lumbers to a branch, grabs hold … Continue reading

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What Would Stephanie Say?

Editor’s Note: The What Would I Say app is turning all of us into weird, self-involved robot poets. Stephanie Goehring shares some thoughts on this social media phenomenon and an in-progress poem composed entirely of her own What Would I … Continue reading

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