Today's poem is "The Wall, I Sing"
from Whale in the Woods

Rescue Press

Blueberry Elizabeth Morningsnow was born in Missoula, Montana, in 1977. She grew up in Chatham, Illinois, and then lived in Iowa City, St. Louis, and Chicago. She was in the bands The Star Death and Hroom Hroom in St. Louis. Currently, she lives in Iowa City. She has one son, Finnegan. Recent poems have been published in Thermos and Loaded Bicycle. Whale in the Woods is her first book.

Books by Blueberry Elizabeth Morningsnow:

Other poems on the web by Blueberry Elizabeth Morningsnow:
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About Whale in the Woods:

"Here is a study of a world where God is a fossil, and the woods is a fossil, and the father is a fossil, and the lake is a fossil, and the sun is a fossil, and the poet is a fossil, and being alive is a fossil, and being dead is a fossil, and day is a fossil, and hello is a fossil, and goodbye is a fossil. Morningsnow digs so gorgeously. Her kindness is a gigantic mercy. She will trace you back."
—Sabrina Orah Mark

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