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Spell for Ophelia

            “We’ve heard you were a victim.             Stop crouching in shadows, chewing your hair.”             – “Okay, Ophelia,” Jeannine Hall Gailey You have a copy of Jeannine Hall Gailey’s poem propped in front of the birdcage that sits on top of your … Continue reading

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Aubade with an Unfinished Sentence

            “It is easy enough             to make cedar and white ash fumes             into palaces             and to cover the sea-caves             with ivory and onyx.” – “Circe,” H. D. He asks why Circe turned Odysseus’ crew back into men after turning them to … Continue reading

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