Today's poem is "Horse"
from Natural History Rape Museum

Bloof Books

Danielle Pafunda is the author of Natural History Rape Museum (Bloof Books, 2013), Manhater (Dusie Press, 2012), Iatrogenic: Their Testimonies (Noemi Press, 2010), My Zorba (Bloof Books, 2008), and Pretty Young Thing (Soft Skull Press, 2005). Her poems have appeared in three editions of The Best American Poetry. Her work has been anthologized in Beauty Is a Verb: The Poetry of Disability (Cinco Puntos Press, 2011), Gurlesque: The New Grrly, Grotesque, Burlesque Poetics (Saturnalia Books, 2010), and Not for Mothers Only: Contemporary Poems on Child-Getting & Child Rearing (Fence Books, 2007). She is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Wyoming.

Other poems by Danielle Pafunda in Verse Daily:
May 12, 2008:   "My Sea Legs" "From then on, Zorba called me 'Princess of Quite-a-Lot'...."
December 7, 2007:   "Cord of Wood" "Livid. Warp-stacked, scenting, known. The law whelps..."
December 5, 2007:   "I Am Talking Dirty to You Like You are the Only One in the Room" "Down to the boneyard, then. And dig your corpse and..."

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Other poems on the web by Danielle Pafunda:
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"Our Sorrow"
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Danielle Pafunda According to Wikipedia.

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