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Michael Spring Poetry

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Click a link to enjoy a selection of poems from Michael Spring's books: blue crow (2003); Mudsong (2005); Root of Lightning (2011), and blue wolf (2013):



first born in the new millennium        the woman Miles Davis turned down         garage           the guitarist


the circus train           the neighbor’s garbage         news of smoke from the war         bamboo         sculpture


boxing gloves      ravenwood         knife thrower          the tattoo artist         on fire         indecision        frogs


walking away        blue wolf         throwing our lives in with the dogs         the pickaxe


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