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Our subjects were nice. We kept
our distance. We brewed detachment
in bottles. “We kept our distance”
is an anecdote. Her name
is Anecdote. She was born in the study.
Cages, bottles. Books all around.
She was our favorite / forbid us
to see her. She was the muse
for the bottles marked “Distance”
from which we drank. Could not
get by without. We buried the results;
they were dead. It was painless
for us. Thanks
to detachment. Our hypothesis held up
a snapshot. Braces, barrettes.
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|July 20, 2010||After Baby After Baby||Rachel Zucker|
|May 28, 2014||real poem (personal statement)||Rachel Zucker|
|May 09, 2014||Let’s Get Out of Here||Corey Zeller|
|April 22, 2009||Where Man Is in His Whole||Hannah Zeavin|
|November 09, 2010||Zerogarden||Andrew Zawacki|
|May 31, 2011||Birch||Cynthia Zarin|
|August 01, 2011||Poem for Jack Spicer||Matthew Zapruder|
|April 17, 2015||Birds of Texas||Matthew Zapruder|
|September 24, 2013||My Childhood||Matthew Zapruder|