May/June 2017 • Vol. XXXIX No. 3 Nature's NatureMay 1, 2017 |

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the landscape is triggered with post-romantic stress the world is unmastered again all we see is light from the bomb terror comes before horror because thereis no reason not to be afraid flesh only has its true color in the open air holy godtrouble you are sublime only you could take shelter in the bright sky put yourhand over your mouth terror is in the imagination

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Beth Bachmann is a 2016 Guggenheim Fellow and author of three books in the Pitt Poetry Series: Temper, winner of the Association of Writers & Writing Program’s Donald Hall Prize for Poetry and Claremont Graduate University’s Kate Tufts Discovery Award; Do Not Rise, winner of the Poetry Society of America’s Alice Fay Di Castagnola Award; and CEASE, winner of the Virginia Quarterly Review’s Emily Clark Balch Prize for Poetry (fall 2018). She lives in New York City.

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