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New and Selected Poems. with Matthews, William (introduction); Eddy, Deborah (illustrations)). New York: New Rivers Press (distributor: Serendipity Books). p. 175. ISBN 978-0912284408.
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The store looked closed for years. I lost my way there once In a Sunday kind of quiet, Sunday kind of afternoon light On a street of red-brick tenements ow do you like that? I said it again. I lost my way there once In a Sunday kind of quiet, Sunday kind of afternoon light On a street of red-brick tenements ow do you like that? I said it again today upon waking. That street went on forever And all along I could feel the pins In my back, prickling The dark and heavy cloth. St. Thomas Aquinas I left parts of myself everywhere The way absent-minded people leave Gloves and umbrellas Whose colors are sad from dispensing so much bad luck. I was on a park bench asleep
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