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Love Poem by Margot Wizansky

Love Powm

by Margot Wizansky

published in Poetry East, 2004


All winter you contract--

one tiller, one boat, one bay,

one light that shows no nuance.

You need this paring down.


In these small hills gone ochre,

think of me. Hold a deep regard

for yourself; resist the ice-dark

clamor of your soul.

Drift can take you.

Love is a fair exchange.





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