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April 2014, vol 10, no 1

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Guy Simser

Witch's Broom

With the first ice glaze, algae fades green to gray, bulrush veins crack and break, crow caws nail a stake into bleaker shorter days while fauna prints freeze in clay, as the witch’s broom falls weighted with hoary breath.

the glass pond darkens
his etched face stretching