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Axel Avákar (Fictive Poet, Counter-Muse, Brother)

Poetry Adrienne Rich

The I you know isn’t me, you said, truthtelling liar
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No. 12

No. 12

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Adrienne Rich is the author of A Human Eye: Essays on Art in Society and Telephone Ringing in the Labyrinth (both W.W. Norton & Company). A new collection of poetry, Tonight No Poetry Will Serve will be published by W.W. Norton & Company this year. ​

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