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Bury My Tongue

Fellow Ann-Marie Blanchard

I’m remnants. Remains of a teen, troubled, remains of a child, sling necked but alive.

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No. 30

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Ann-Marie Blanchard’s work has appeared in Meanjin Quarterly, Salt Hill Journal, Sycamore Review, and elsewhere. A native of Australia, she is based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she teaches writing at Franciscan University.


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