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Sundowning

Poetry William Brewer

An empty all-white room with drapeless windows / as winter spills its math across the sills / where nothing suffers, that’s where / there’s nothing left to misremember / or forget.
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No. 22

No. 22

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William Brewer was raised in West Virginia and now lives in Brooklyn. His work has been featured or is forthcoming in Denver Quarterly, BOMB, Bodega, and Phantom Limb.

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