Fall 2013 • Vol. XXXV No. 4 PoetryOctober 1, 2013 |

For Love

If you are the querent you must learn to trust a woman in a doorway too far away to see without punctuation   ▪ ▪ I'm trying to explain the situation—my English is excellent—if you see a woman in a black boa in daylight you should kiss her; we are what everyone is excited about   ▪ ▪ the wave did not rise up, it was just one long white frill, you know, the aftermath.

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By Gail Hanlon

If you are the querent you must learn to trust a woman in a doorway too far away to see without punctuation   ▪ ▪ I'm trying to explain the situation—my English […]

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