The Letters of Robert Lowell

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On the Genteel

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Bad Scouts and Nervous Indians

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Food, Animals

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An Interview with the Writers of America the Book

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Poetry Feature: David Hernandez

Featuring the poems:

 

The Soldier Inside the Horse

A horse disemboweled on a battlefield
for the soldier to crawl inside.

A battlefield once green, once shagged
with bluegrass, now gouged and smoldering.

The soldier once a boy and now
a man inside a horse hollowed out.

The horse then the soldier’s costume,
the mouth an opening for his rifle

and not a mouth chewing the bluegrass.
Once the eye sockets cradled eyes

and now peepholes for the soldier
to survey the battlefield, smoldering

and gouged. Once green, once a boy
with strawberry jelly on his lips.

Once a ghost for Halloween with eyeholes
scissored into a bedsheet. An enemy

crosses the battlefield so gunfire
from the mouth of the horse,

so death. The man inside a solider,
the soldier once a boy who wanted

a pony. The horse once a horse,
galloping where the world was green.

Poetry Feature: Elizabeth Powell

Featuring the poems:
This Poem is Psychic
Traveling Salesman in Providence
What Death Said
Accidental Report

Poetry Feature: Davis McCombs

Featuring the poem:
Tobacco Mosaic

My Mouth, Her Sex, The Night, My Heart

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This Way, Uncle, into the Palace

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