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Poems by Natalie Railoun

Summer 16 grapes cut from their vein slaughtered heap of vine smells of earth of silkworms and mulberry leaves the purple splatter of summer fruits on childhood happiness   a haiku Just after midnight a toad swims across the moon

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Poems by Natalie Railoun

Poised Poems they come to me when I am alone driving walking places where another’s sound is pushed out by the rush of wind or drone of an engine spat away by the ocean spume rustled out by south-easter leaves

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Accelerate

by Natalie Railoun   be careful pinpoint your location in case you want to remember exactly where you exactly how you took that turn how fast you were going watching once loyal now stray dogs knocked to the side of the

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