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MY BOYFRIEND SAYS POETRY AND NASCAR ARE THE SAME

Love Underground

Metamorphosis: The Female Into

WE DON’T KNOW YET THAT THE LITTLE GIRL IS SAFE

Why They Wore Orange

The Truth Is

Metamorphosis: Procne Serves Her Husband a Meal of His Own Child; Changed into a Swallow, She Nests in the Palace’s Eaves, Does Not Weep

Ghost Psalm

The manager talks about getting engaged

Early Morning Conversations After My Mother Stops Taking Medication

What Kind of God

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