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[A Sounding at the Ear]

Poetry Lisa Lubasch

A sounding at the ear. And a ringing at the doorstep. Look, she said, a sounding at my hair, and a laughing in the footsteps.
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No. 22

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Lisa Lubasch is the author of the poetry collections Twenty-One After Days, To Tell the Lamp, Vicinities, How Many More of Them Are You? (all Avec Books) and So I Began (Solid Objects Press). How Many More of Them Are You? received the Norma Farber First Book Award. ​

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