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T.M. Thomson Under Spring Moon: The Lizard Butterfly perches on the tight green skin of her head wings closed in prayer now open to hold rain. The scales on her back buzz in sun a honeycomb trail that ends in turquoise tail tip. Her digits stretch far and wide covering rock fox den rabbit warren tree trunk. The arms move like snails while sun spins in stomach and feathers rustle under spring moon. Lizard feet each a leaf—gleaming sunning grooved grasping sun on stones

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Mojave River Review spring/summer 2019  

The Mojave River Review spring/summer 2019 issue spotlights superb poetry and prose by brilliant contributors from around the globe. Enjoy 2...

Mojave River Review spring/summer 2019  

The Mojave River Review spring/summer 2019 issue spotlights superb poetry and prose by brilliant contributors from around the globe. Enjoy 2...