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Poem
of the Week
September 19, 2016
by
Fanny Howe

The lines in this poem create the world slowly, measuredly, out of nothing. What is this making, Fanny Howe seems to ask, an act of profound empathy or of confused selfishness, misguided attention? The poem gives no answers, simply persists.—Susannah Sharpless, editorial assistant

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