Wilson, Leila 2013

Thursday, May 23, 2013


Water meanders
to prairie potholes,
throws cordgrass
into switchbacks
as we push past
bramble and scare
a whistling wheel
of geese into air.

– Leila Wilson, “What Is the Field?”

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Some land lives
so water can comb

it into grids. This
is why lowlands

tilt still toward
the sea. This so

– Leila Wilson, “Nether”

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