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Book of the Dead Woman, by Mary Alexandra Agner (7/20/09)
Poetry.
I'd eat your inconsistencies / and read the songs of my entrails.
Hill and Pail, by Mary Alexandra Agner (9/29/08)
Poetry.
She drags his body down, away from town, / to bury with the others, flattened grass / running wrong way against my scalp. /
So Many Lullabies, by Mary Alexandra Agner (3/17/08)
Poetry.
I'm not the type of man / who needs a son,
Children of Breath, by Mary Alexandra Agner (10/1/07)
Poetry.
There are no children of my blood / because I have failed under the eye / of history to make a family
Be True, by Mary Alexandra Agner (2/26/07)
Poetry.
Your devotion to mathematics and the three laws / of robotics prohibit romance and biology.
Sleeping Beauty, by Mary Alexandra Agner (11/13/06)
Poetry.
Poor planning lets fate devour the happy story here-and-now.
Sweets, by Mary Alexandra Agner (2/20/06)
Poetry.
must we smile, must we thank her / even though she never gives us sweets?
Adero's Wheel, by Mary Alexandra Agner (12/1/03)
Poetry.
This far from Earth, the stars don't line up / in what they call "familiar patterns". There's weather / enough to sit and watch the clouds turn over / our heads, revealing night.
Mr Hyde's Daughter, by Mary Alexandra Agner (9/16/02)
Poetry.
. . . watches her fingers shrink / back to human size, her knuckle hair disappear, / leaving only the smooth, ivory skin / so coveted by gentlewomen.