Spring 1997 • Vol. XIX No. 2 PoetryApril 1, 1997 |

No Difference I Know They Are

more of a red heart         the powder man wants the red-hearted the poor wood              has the aspen any? greater use give me         gladness which has never given place give me names      for the rivers of Hell but none for the rivers of Heaven           this day there is no paint like the air             this day is a godsend to the wasps

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