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Poems by Karen Lockett Warinsky

Tough Girls We were a lit­tle afraid of those girls– tough girls in our town– the life they came from.   Lank hair, wiry bod­ies with taut faces, expres­sions hard­ened by scant meals, their eyes plunged through ours as they sized us up, black liq­uid eye­lin­er … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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