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The Placeholder, poem by Carol Alexander

Old man in a car­a­van grease-stained cov­er­all retired lo lo nine point three years now.   On the short­est day of the year shimmed down to a dec­i­mal elec­tric fires spark, smol­der, the trail­er fills with cre­osote smoke; a bird’s nest ignites into a crown of … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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