Today's poem is "Landscape After Years With Yourself, West Texas"

from Copper Nickel

Shamala Gallagher holds degrees from Stanford University and the MlchenerCenterfor Writers at UT-Austin. Her recent poems have appeared or are forthcoming in VOLT, Unstuck, and The Offending Adam. She lives in Austin, where she works as a housing stability case manager for people living with HIV/AIDS.

Other poems on the web by Shamala Gallagher:
"Speak, Dumb Hour"

Shamala Gallagher's Blog.

About Copper Nickel:

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Other poems by Copper Nickel in Verse Daily:
March 24, 2012:   "Lungful" by Brian D. Morrison
March 22, 2012:   "The Decorator Crab," by Sarah Giragosian
March 21, 2012:   "The Man in the Moon Retires to a Small House in a Valley" by Rick Bursky
December 2, 2011:   "A Report" by Steve Langan
March 14, 2011:   "Sometimes a woman sets off alarms" by Anna Journey
November 29, 2010:   "Thirst" by Jennie Wrisley
November 26, 2010:   "Lobster" by Matthew Minicucci
February 28, 2010:   "A Whipsaw Takes Two Men" by Patricia Lockwood
February 25, 2010:   "Blót" by A. E. Watkins
February 20, 2010:   "Contrast" by Jericho Brown
February 16, 2010:   "No Narrative" by A. E. Watkins
November 11, 2009:   "Wedding Piñata" by James Hoch
November 10, 2009:   "Stray Paragraphs, February, Year of the Rat" by John Estes
November 8, 2009:   "Evasion of Privacy" by Jordan Davis
November 6, 2009:   "The Interior Weather of Tree-Clinging Birds" by Sandy Longhorn

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