Deena Metzger

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Deena Metzger is a poet, novelist, essayist, playwright, storyteller and healer. Story is her Medicine.
The novels The Other Hand and Doors: A fiction for Jazz Horn, are both published by Red Hen Press. Earlier books of poetry are A Sabbath Among The Ruins, Looking for the Faces of God, The Axis Mundi Poems and Dark Milk.
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Under The Sorrow Tree
By the river,
under the sorrow tree,
the universe says
the bones must dance,
Suddenly the sky rains gulls.
Pelicans, pigeons, crows, ravens,
hawks dart through our hands
in patterns of flight and wind,
Pelicans In The Midwest
For F.S.

The chicks died. Eight thousand of them. And you almost died too. You may be
breaking the way so many fragile eggs broke, vulnerable as the bird nation to the
Ft. Hood - Nidal Malik Hasan
A man has killed his fellow men.
What did we expect?
We asked him to kill his relatives,
but after years of listening to our war stories,


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