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April 2014, vol 10, no 1

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Tony Burfield

Burner


Bob Alm came today with two tons of wood pellets, asked us to fire-fighting and star-gazing, told us to just walk in, his wife at home welcoming all visitors, her farmer hands cool, her light hair afloat on wood stove heat. Bob Alm teaches juniper, doug fir.

old forehead bruise—
under the woodshed
a low crouch




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