Spring 2014 • Vol. XXXVI No. 2 Poetry |

Secretive Soil Fauna

of the fungi I have done apart no crime can come sintered slew mite and nematode accosting in the earliest makeshift roots' most intimate symbiosis ever you crowd the crowded shades close to blue mold spikes granular impacts of the inexhaustible crimp and sinus plot just how it is you think you can come in here and scut the fatty mastics off the antagonies the parsimonies

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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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