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Each Gets So Shamefully Little

Poetry Mary Crow

Each gets so shamefully little, only half a face, honed to a fine point, like swallow shadows dipping after mosquitoes

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Mary Crow is poet laureate of Colorado. She is the translator and editor of Woman Who Has Sprouted Wings: Poems by Contemporary Latin American Women Poets (Latin American Literary Review Press). A new book of her translations of the poems of Roberto Juarroz is forthcoming in 2010. She has just completed a residency at the Santa Fe Art Institute.


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