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  • Lia Greenwell (bio)

I yelled at my mothertonight. She askedwhy she couldn'thear what I hadwritten. Is it

about me?she asked.

No,no,my stupid lying lipsyelled at her,at her kind voice,at her wrinkling face.

In playing out my darkscenarios I had written hersick body intobutterflies,

into fireflies. I made her intothings with wings.

I could not tell herin her now well bodythat she had been written [End Page 110] into a glass cage,placed there with metalinstruments, with my shakinglittle hands. I pinned herwith a tag, her name.I hung her dead on the wall. [End Page 111]

Lia Greenwell

Lia Greenwell is a third year student at Michigan State University majoring in English and Arts & Humanities. She has worked in The Center for Poetry at MSU for the last three years. This is her first publication.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1554-6721
Print ISSN
0034-1967
Pages
pp. 110-111
Launched on MUSE
2010-05-01
Open Access
No
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