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From Death Row, an Interview with a Wolf:

Transmitted on Monday, April, 13th, 2009 in Heroes & Myth , Poetry

From Death Row, an Interview with a Wolf:
(Interviewer’s Notes:  He stares at his hands as he speaks.  His eyes
are sunken.  Said it was insomnia, nights without peace,
that brought him to me.)
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Young Man: In Reference to that Final Act of Villainy—Death

Transmitted on Monday, April, 13th, 2009 in Heroes & Myth , Poetry

Young Man: In Reference to that Final Act of Villainy—Death

The affair of night running began as an escape
from the angry arms of a disgruntled July
in which the fields dried to brown chalk
and death hung in the trees, waiting.
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Too Slow for Escape: A Letter to Young Man

Transmitted on Monday, April, 13th, 2009 in Heroes & Myth , Poetry , The Flash

Too Slow for Escape: A Letter to Young Man
(The Flash)

Once, I ran into a burning building—
the flames danced like a hedge of boxwood staggering
in the wind. The kitchen was a blast furnace.
The blender was blackened, the refrigerator
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The 47 Seconds Between NY and LA

Transmitted on Monday, April, 13th, 2009 in Heroes & Myth , Poetry , The Flash

The 47 Seconds Between NY and LA -for Daniel
(The Flash)

Mrs. Johnson’s Chihuahua slipping
his leash; the mailman reaching
for mace; a woman starting
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