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Pepper Trail

Refugees/The Sirens In the sea, not in the sea dead dry drowned fate sealed in the hold The boat, overburdened with those dreams these fears anchorless and unflagged buried in the Mediterranean by distant consent We have heard this story Rome burned Carthage was sown with salt The gods change but they are never satisfied The sirens will never cease their singing

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Profile for John Sibley Williams

The Inflectionist Review #8  

Issue 8 of the poetry and art journal The Inflectionist Review.

The Inflectionist Review #8  

Issue 8 of the poetry and art journal The Inflectionist Review.

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