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“New Shoes: Outside a Refugee Camp in Somalia” by Len Kuntz

Toward sunset The sticks we have made our home Break apart Blow apart Separate like frail stems The roof no longer there The wind working against us again Life against us Life is good my father said Always remember what … Continue reading

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Three Poems by Len Kuntz

Ways to Remember Birmingham She gives her pets street names— Hunter and Red Mountain, Oak, Valley, Tuscaloosa. The gold fish are 1st through 9th Avenue. She has the city tattooed across her chest so she can see the campus in … Continue reading

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