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Penn Yan.

 Acoustic shadows litter the wind-- Silences collapsing into
silences-- Around the sound of our laughter, So near here in the winter
fields, Mist softening the distant trees,
 We step back away from the car-- Heads bowed to the sun, our hands
Stretch and plunge deep below The snow and furrowed soil in A race
across the Amish land--
Twisting and knotting and weaving Our arms together in every direction
Beneath the earth--now it is only Natural for us to burst out of our
Shoes and clothes and live like this. 


Aaron Fagan (www. aaronfagan.com) is the author of Garage (Salt Publishing, 2007) and Echo Train (Salt Publishing, 2010).
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Title Annotation:Two Poems
Author:Fagan, Aaron
Publication:World Literature Today
Article Type:Poem
Date:Nov 1, 2012
Words:143
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