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Only the women who are black.  She used to take it out upon command so that our keeper would have to let us out to see the nurse who'd pop the eye back in. ) And even if the matron did suspect something amiss, her hands were tied. For what else can you do, confronted with a beautiful, sniveling child, one blind eye in her head and one in hand, except to send her out into the nightfar from your perfect visionaccompanied by a train of closest friends?  Her father thinks He almost remembers, finally Doesn't, or at least cannot be sure, So she thinks maybe she didn't But does now or might in future, Remains aware of the risk If she's not careful, not fast Enough or hesitates too long Not long enough, she means.

Say what you will, there's something to be said For useless women raging for more red, Loud visions urging them to quell the sun By keeping corners, lying late in bed.  And something said For intimate messages baked into bread Meant for birds that have already flown, Impatient grown of lying late in bed. And something more for love that won't be had, And comfort that's despised until it's gone. Though bitch we will, the half has not been said For keeping corners, lying late in bed. Page 27 II. Page 29 Separation During the ceremony of sequestration, the medieval leper knelt at an altar or stood in an open grave while the priest recited the ceremony for the burial of the dead.

Why do children go to school? What does it mean to boil water? Why does one build houses higher in towns than in the countryside? Who was Bismarck? Who was Luther? What kind of state do we have at present? What does Christmas mean? Who discovered America, and when?  gift and loan?  pond and stream?  having/not having babies? What is the difference now between night and day? Page 40 The Bride Her sisters bathe her. Fold handfuls of lather Into her pungent oily hair, And after, pour buckets and buckets Of steaming spring water Carried from its source at the mountain's base Up the long steep trek Slung over the broad shoulders Balancing poles pressed into the back Of the ruddy necksof maids, High-strung as fillies, handsome as mares.

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A Protocol for Touch (Vassar Miller Prize in Poetry, 7) by CONSTANCE MERRITT

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