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Pattiann Rogers

In this unattached nudity, the certainty of her bare feet pressed against the earth—sand-like soil under the inner arch, essential pine needle beneath the heel, blessed curl of old leaf—must seem suddenly crucial. Completely unverified flesh from the toes up, only the bottoms of her feet can guess exactly where they are. — Pattiann Rogers,… Continue reading Pattiann Rogers

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