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My Mother’s Outside

My Mother’s Outside walking up and down the motel parking lot, everyone else asleep. The streetlamps stay on, rattling inside, the streetlamps like eyes of owls in photographs but my mother keeps walking, up and down, she’s buoyed by worry, by froth and foam bearing her body in sea-spray over the asphalt, some pink-pale Venus […]

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