Today's poem is "Lambing"

from Birmingham Poetry Review

Luke Hollis received an MFA from the University of Oregon and currently resides in Washington, DC. His poetry is published and forthcoming in several journals, including the Birmingham Poetry Review, Construction, Plain songs, Fogged Clarity, and Finelines. He has received the Miriam McFall Starlin Poetry Prize and Irby F. Wood Prize among other awards for his work. He was born and raised in Geneva, Nebraska.

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March 6, 2012:   "Kings Highway" by Robert W. Hill
March 24, 2011:   "Prairie" by Sidney Wade
March 22, 2011:   "Ficus" by Gregory Fraser
July 2, 2006:   "Biochemically Speaking, People Are Close Relatives of Soy" by Charles Harper Webb

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