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Notes on the Poem In "The Shipping Container," Kate Hall weaves a wistful but subtly pointed statement about empty promises and the disappointment they cause. Ill leave this postcard here for you to nd. In troughs of night Jasmine slept, numb from the consumption of rays from the moon. Through to its end, this poem fends off desire. A toast to the heavy drum that pulls us daily and urges that we hum the distance. Between desires, men scoff at the moon, hung lightly to shine plum-dark nights, as they measure breaths from the moon to the end.

Of our poems, ends tossed out to hold them off, we hope some may say they rumble on and pleasingly hum the distance between. Desires bend us and bend. Doff your hat, where I come from, a show of respect. Desires plumb where we come from. The moon to the end of this poem lends soft light. As one desire leaves another hums the distance between desires. STEAK theres always a catch , driving and car troubles, driving and driving west, driving and not to the ocean yet I cant sleep in Albuquerque. Yesterday I realized the land between here and Santa Rosa where we lost the transmission and a day is too bare and at.

I wasnt meant to see that far. My mother, father, brother, grandmothers, and aunts everything excised. I cant feel it anymore. Distance grows in the bones. Tonight I feel the room spinning like after a bender, but Ive been sober since Georgia. I can feel the world wobble under this bed off balance because Georgias gone to oblivion. Read Free For 30 Days. Dangerous Goods Poems by Sean Hill. From the Bahamas, London, and Cairo, to Bemidji, Minnesota, and Milledgeville, Georgia, Sean Hill explores the relationship between travel, migration, alienation, and home.

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