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This poem is taken from PN Review 219, Volume 41 Number 1, September - October 2014.

Two Poems Carola Luther
deersuddenly

    (for MH)

deersuddenly
there

two / no / three launching
to get away hsh
hsh  hsh

leapline interrupted
by trees
beech / no / birch between us and light
stammering
like shutters / no / film clips
clp

deersuddenly
stopped  

in the pixilation
and confusion of brush
they pretend to be memories

images intuited
in black and white
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