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Three Poems by Sarah Lubala

A Leaving Song — in memory of my great grandmother say the cows are dying in the fields say there is no meat this summer say she is sold to an old chief say her thighs sing blood and water

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Three poems by Sarah Lubala

An Inheritance I don’t remember how it began with water or without? with trembling or without? satisfied or fainting? How might we measure it? the dregs of a season one white confetti bush the salt on your hands an armchair

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