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Oonah V Joslin

Perfect Plumage Speckled tussock in a dip of screes it lies, game bird, deceives the enthusiast; defies the eagle’s hungry eye. At hostile heights survives thrives on insects, berries, lives on shoots. Silent as winter, snow-settled, suited to season, hard … Continue reading

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Oonah V Joslin

Give ’em an inch… Plant me thumb deep and I will rise in spring, green pricks through hard ground after the evil frost is past. And in the summer pick a stick thumb-thick an inch to whip a wicked wife … Continue reading

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Oonah V Joslin

Great Gaia’s Flood She has measured the weight of our children’s children and the toxicity of our careless intent. Has suffered our scorching industrial contempt, rape of the ground, ravaged sky, choked ocean gyres the size of Texas turning, turning. … Continue reading

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