Nov/Dec 2018 • Vol. XL No. 6 Poetry |

Self-Portrait with Eraser

I drew the eraser first because I knew it better than I knew myself and because it had been around the block before me and because it would, after having its way with me, rub up against everything I’d ever loved.

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