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darkening silence bends into our night talking halting our answers Roberta “Bobby” Santlofer (1943-2020) was a mother of sons, an avid reader, and a poet. A posthumous collection of her poetry is forthcoming.

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Windy Fall Night

The lines in this night sky are oval going a bit gaunt, & the ghoul speaks shrilly at the very bottom then the sound catches the branches and brown leaves. A cackling sound follows and continues as the wind learns … Continue reading

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