Mar/Apr 2016 • Vol. XXXVIII No. 2 PoetryMarch 1, 2016 |

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from Hendes.   I wonder if this breeze might really be a boat, a little rowboat with a little bench, a little bench with a little notch straight from the little tree that grew in the little grove, the little grove outside the wintery city, the wintery city from which the breeze must have blown. The middle of this poem, for some many months, remained empty. But the sunlight hasn't just been sitting there quietly. It's been blowing also. "Life is fair," I scream. The breeze that brings the snow.

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Sasha Steensen is the author of three books of poetry: House of Deer, A Magic Book, and The Method, all from Fence Books. She lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, where she tends chickens, goats, bees, and children. She serves as a poetry editor for Colorado Review and teaches creative writing and literature at Colorado State University.

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