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no apparent relation to an entire page

there would be no camouflage

marked the anniversary of




















no apparent relation to an entire page

 

by which you and I are sated

sometimes it's sluggish
and he puts it away

specific accent of demand
monumental structure of loose ends
spilling spectators

reflection of a wall person

no writer
flying

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there would be no camouflage

 

by lightning
padded with pins

letters crowded with letters
and finally there is something new

perpendicular to the state of mind
sun in the upper right hand corner

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marked the anniversary of

 

her face with a broken mirror

bottom up
empty

rain
lighting the east wall

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CRAG HILL until recently edited SCORE, one of only two journals dedicated exclusively to concrete/visual poetry. In the last three decades his work has appeared in over 100 journals and anthologies, including several available on-line. His creative and critical works in progress can be found at http://scorecard.typepad.com.