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Apr
03
2018
Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 38 issue 3

Medicine Ball

George Kalogeris


Poem Medicine Ball George Kalogeris That brute dull thud of its lumpy leather pelt. An exercise in oblivion’s blunt obtuseness. No wonder you turned around so I could see How you rolled your eyes, still sharp enough to know That this was dementia, and it was time to pass The...

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