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Travis Lane Wade on Kristi Maxwell and dualism

In Kristi Maxwell’s poem, “TO KEEPING WE DID NOT FORGET,” the imagery of a field conveys a tone of desolation found in between light and dark or day and night. Maxwell writes: A small fire stuns the field within cinder … Continue reading

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