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December 2008, vol 4 no 4

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Don Miller


On Reading Lawrence

In retreat from the Sonoran heat I enter a walled-in sanctuary and sit beneath the canopy of a gnarled-limbed elder tree.

The leaves of wildflowers with their orange and yellow blossoms stir a bit as I read of Lawrence's Sicilian serpent.

a cactus wren
sips from the end of a hose

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