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BY CATE MARVIN

You think I like to stand all day, all night,

all any kind of light, to be subject only

By Quincy Troupe

BY CLAUDE MCKAY
 
I hear the halting footsteps of a lass

BY EMILY DICKINSON

My Life had stood - a Loaded Gun -

In Corners - till a Day

The Owner passed - identified -

By Sonia Sanchez

(after the spanish)

BY CHARLOTTE BRONTE

BY SYLVIA PLATH

Arena dust rusted by four bulls' blood to a dull redness,

BY EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS

BY GILLIAN CLARKE

Think of it waiting three hundred million years,  

not a hare hiding in the last stand of wheat,

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