Keith Moul

Editor back-issues, poetry

A Heart After Childhood Grainy snaps show her circled by smiles,sons and local spirits, with ample hoistthrough the hot effulgence of summer light. Photos did no justice to her knotted neurons. She quit childhood too early with a heartlike an empty sack.  A girl, she abjured thoughtof her future, as short on time as expected. A photo cache weighted forgotten albums. Marriage scarred her edges:…

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