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Parking Lot Birds Favor Older Cars,

by Michael Mark

clunkers,
shifting twig foot to twig foot
like tweed-coated squatters around
trash can fires.  Continue reading

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Ishmael

by Michael Mark

I imagine asking them by the power tools
at Home Depot or while their wives wait in line
to pee at the mall –

how they got their hip hitch, that spastic limp.
Some let me lean close enough to hear the suck
and pop of bone pulling

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