Thursday, October 1, 2009
Circus by Michael Robins
Our casualties I hear precede the smoke,
in a bed of snakes. There can be no rain
in America, no grass: trains are angry here
as some are sad, processional for an ear.
Michael Robins is the author of The Next Settlement (UNT Press, 2007). He lives in Chicago.
Circus is a hand bound book of poems, with a photograph mounted on each cover, and printed in an edition of 74.
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