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Mindoro, poem by Rhiannon Thorne

I was two thou­sand miles of corn­fields away from us, hours from Min­doro, that shit­ty fold-out, your daddy's car and a key­stone night when you saun­tered in, eyes blaz­ing from a teenage drunk, and your arms bare hang­ing like bat­tle axes. I was home in … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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