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Poem — Jennifer Compton

Anxieties   Our classroom in the school up on the jagged hill was often buffeted every whichway by the southerly and then the Cuban Missile Crisis in October 1962. The creek cooling our soft drink on strings stole one bottle…
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Poem — Jennifer Compton

Imagining Emily She is setting a pan of milk on the larder shelf then, wiping her fingers on her coarse apron, making the sign – tick a lock – the key in the door. My work is done so my…
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