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distilled

distilled my being becoming bone, i move more slowly with age, the unsure structure teeters more often, creaking articulates shuffling clumsy in pained remembrance of supple and sleek and swift. the white frame, readying to dust, ash. draped in gaunt … Continue reading

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Hot off the press!

Other Mind Press is enormously pleased to announce the publication of A Measure of Strength, a collection of poems on aging by Dorothy Regal. Click here to order.

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