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Screw Your Courage to the Sticking Place

From: Colorado Review
Volume 40, Number 1, Spring 2013
p. 130 | 10.1353/col.2013.0002

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into the rise, the rinsed-out
space
the farmgoat caught his death

a piece of it took days
but that his own design

even w/
blood pooling
like buttermilk
& under & in the blood
aer
he is calm he is like a wren

C. Violet Eaton  

C. Violet Eaton studied at the University of Buffalo’s Poetics Program and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. He is the editor of Bestoned, a journal of new metaphysical verse. As Dowser, he occasionally dispatches small editions of “hill drone” recordings from secret locations in Arkansas, the same state in which he teaches poetry and sells used & rare books for a living.

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