Invidia Flips Her Id

Poetry Anna Rabinowitz

I’ve no urge to envy life’s pleasures that to all belong—
but others having more or things I dearly want
ignite obsessive yearnings ignorant of right or wrong,
out of grudge, malign, out of green-eyed song,
so if you straddle the speeding rocket
and space compresses and time arrests and what  [...]

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Winter 2017

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Anna Rabinowitz’s most recent book is Words on the Street (Tupelo).

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