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LANDSCAPE LOVED BY WALLACE STEVENS Mary Harwell Sayler If you could fly over \ yards and yards of green lace lining the Gulf and Space Coasts, you would see low-lying bands of land seeding the sea with pockets bluebeaded with water, and you would wonder how one more word could fit into the shellshaped pattern, stitched with canals, and not unravel beneath the hem of so many people pushing the delicate fabric, poking the intricate design, picking at flaws not found in winter-bound spools of wool.

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REAL ESTATES Mary Harwell Sayler And the hills that climbed us puffing for breath exchanged their wildflowers for houses, big houses, brick houses that consumed our landscapes and resumed the kiln-baked earth.

Written River: A Journal of Eco-Poetics Vol 1 Issue 1  

Written River is a literary journal published bi-annually by Hiraeth Press which focuses on poetry and non-fiction prose exploring nature an...

Written River: A Journal of Eco-Poetics Vol 1 Issue 1  

Written River is a literary journal published bi-annually by Hiraeth Press which focuses on poetry and non-fiction prose exploring nature an...

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