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 Michael H. Levin: Poems and Prose  

AT GREAT ROCK BIGHT

Ahead, white tide slaps shingle

with a sound of flesh on flesh,

a double line of footprints

on the wet tan beach

appearing molten briefly,

then erased. Love is a craft

of necessary griefs.

The wound is present

when the tie is formed.

A strand of hair, a touch recalled;

the skiff that glancing back


we ride.

First published in Dunes Review, Vol. 23 No. 1 (Winter/Spring 2019)

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