Spring 2014 • Vol. XXXVI No. 2 Poetry |

Hibernal

White-throated sparrow throating out spring the winter-spring uptaken in tracking the moving subject moving off toward its lone demolition compound lumened limit something human reaching it would not be reached sprung, strung subsumed the forb in-wielding what it wields deep rebounding strain incurrent colors in the grain broken through one-two, one-two let into zones of a strident radiation

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Emily Wilson is the author of two poetry collections, The Keep (2001) and Micrographia (2009), both from University of Iowa Press. She lives with her husband and two sons in Iowa City.

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