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Poem of the week: Barn Burning

Poem by Michelle Taransky Barn Burning If I’d frown. Hide from. The dog wood stains. If wide farm I’d place, hold her dog. Would fawn if trees. If older. Wood rings. Like a share cropped I’d wash old skin. Scrape again, … Continue reading

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