In the Mansion of Supersonic Dreams

Poetry Sarah Crossland

Tonight I stand under the shower’s blue stoplight
  for nine hundred years. Tallying the centuries,

each number a chaser, surviving only until the next
  pale digit takes its place. In the other living

rooms of our house, my mother wipes a pink sachet
  of dust from the corner hutch; my father in  [...]

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Issue 22

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22

Winter 2015

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Sarah Crossland is the recipient of the 2012 Boston Review Poetry Prize and a 2013 AWP Intro Journals Award. She works as the Program Director for WriterHouse in Charlottesville.

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