May/June 2016 • Vol. XXXVIII No. 3 Nature's Nature |

VII

I never sat around my backyard the night before      heading off to Belize      to study coral reefs                      unlike Professor Sara Lewis and      I would not have compared firefly   sexual selection     to Darwin's 1871 theory regarding                  male displays of antlers and feathers Although   at the bookshop where Harold read from   Depraved            I did notice         his commanding array

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Kimiko Hahn
Kimiko Hahn’s tenth collection of poetry Foreign Bodies will be out in 2020. She teaches in the MFA Program in Creative Writing and Literary Translation, Queens College, City University of New York.

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By Kimiko Hahn

I never sat around my backyard the night before      heading off to Belize      to study coral reefs                      unlike Professor Sara Lewis and      I would not have compared firefly   sexual […]

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By Kimiko Hahn

I never sat around my backyard the night before      heading off to Belize      to study coral reefs                      unlike Professor Sara Lewis and      I would not have compared firefly   sexual […]

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