Spring 2012 • Vol. XXXIV No. 2 PoetryApril 1, 2012 |

Housing the Id

Think of it     how        your mind's    both the igloo and       the greedy      realtor      of the soul the whole    point might be   selling itself    and the mansion breaks down    a single dream   into many     all yours like ice blocks   on fire      divisions      uninhabitable

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J. Allyn Rosser’s most recent book of poems is Foiled Again. She teaches at Ohio University, where she edits New Ohio Review.

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