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Did You Ever Suspect Anything When You Were Growing Up?

Poetry ​H. L. Hix

It just started one day, that eerie screaming, / my inconsolability given voice, / given back as if from some bird or from trees.

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No. 14

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​H. L. Hix is the author of First Fire, Then Bird: Obsessionals 1985–2010, a book of poems (Etruscan Press). 


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