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David Levithan

sonnet, n. (NOTE ON THE LEAP:  How rough and worn the weight  of flight — the soul, when gathered, forms its own twinned claw and wing, each severed arc, the nape — all grown inside  the body, left. Alone  with loss, life rises: emblazoned air, trembling star of made  faith. The fall that forms in… Continue reading David Levithan

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