Alison Stine

(United States / Appalachia)

Alison Stine Poems

1. After Meat 7/1/2014
2. After The Party 7/1/2014
3. Eva 7/1/2014
4. Everything Is An Instrument 7/1/2014
5. Gossip 7/1/2014
6. No River 7/1/2014
7. Pantoum After Falling 7/1/2014
8. School 7/1/2014
9. The Wolf 7/1/2014
10. Tiresias 7/1/2014

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Oh, it was good. I was good. You're so good,
he said. A purple miniskirt and a black
satin string. I smelled like cotton. I smoked
cigarettes with my legs. I sheared a windmill.
I ballpoint-pen-etched our names. I was high
school. I was sweet breath, and when I caught
him in the laundry room, I pulled him down
in the lint. I had gum in my mouth and I
snapped it, and the gum reminded him
of a cat's crimp. I was a cat. I shaved. I was thin
as a breeze. It is true in the yard, in the barn,
by the flagpole. I had splinters in my shoulder ...

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