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30 the minnesota review David Keller In the New Year Even the rain is preferable. One limb of the sweet-gum glistens, the polished marble arm of a lovely statue. The winter, leaving, takes fears with it. The trees fill out, are stronger. People no longer put off going to sleep, afraid of their dreams. The refugee woman can eat breakfast in a restaurant. It feels good. She asks for some more hot coffee. Clearly waitresses are never tired and complaining like a relative. She leaves the paper. No one would be able to trace it to her house. ...


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