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Four Sonnets for Monica Hand

Ægis

Jay

Take These Words

Ego as Deduction (Agnes Martin Speaks)

Preacher

We Raise Our Hands for Mercy

The Rules

From This Broken Symmetry

The Ruined Saint

Poems from the Archive

Now I Lay Me Down


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In the Beginning


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Meditation on Soteriology


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No Counting Sheep without Feeding Them, Too


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Quantum Theory


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A Prayer for Home


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A True Story


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The Fruit Thereof


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Art and the Covenant


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[Honey lives only]


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According


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Coming back from the dead


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Wonders of the Invisible World


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Before Entering


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The Border


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Kneeling Angel


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The Egg of Anything


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Origin of God


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School


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Habits of Invention


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Deserted


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Topographies of Easter


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Apocalypse Love


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Lenten Complaint


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Cleft for Me Let Me Hide Myself from Thee


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A Song on Geronimo’s Grave


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Your Face Has Always Been Peppered with Moles


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Sometimes It’s Easy to Know What I Want


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Elegy for D.S.


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Hesychasterion


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[You bind my hands with saliva]


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The Track in the Wilderness


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Irenology


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Guide to Avian Architecture


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Advent


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She Waits


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Houghton Lake


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The Grackles


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The Open Window


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Radiant Energy


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Paper Route


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The Meaning of God


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Faith


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Recompense His Paraclete


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Atheism’s Easier


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Appeal to the Self


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Last Judgment in Ferrara


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Canticle of the Sleeping Child


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House of Sparrows


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hydrangea


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The Smithsonian Museum of Supernatural History


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Doubt at Easter


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[Today, having swigged a half-liter]


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Between Prayer


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Waiting with Cynthia


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Night and Chaos


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Pont des Arts


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Vespers, Gordes


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The Man in the Next Pew


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image of a road covered in melting snow, with a giant puddle reflecting the sky. one of the puddles, closest to the camera, is dark blue, the other puddle, further away, is red and orange and glistening with a lone car's headlights. the car, road, and trees are black from the dawn. the top of the sky is a pale blue and pink shell color, the bottom thick bands of red and gold for the sunrise.

Psalm for the January Thaw


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