Letter to Gabriel Written in the Margins of Murder Ballads
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The jessamine cut back, the wisteria ordered and blunt from the rails. We have to be humble or we’re taken down. How many examples do you need? Soft as milk-shaped light in the halfway house where the sex offenders live. An owl in another country invented night. You must remember this is not about history. It’s about finding where life enters our deaths.
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