Daily Archives: September 25, 2016


To Eat One’s Fill Of Love: Poetry by John Grey


ROOT CELLAR, NEW ENGLAND, 1832   Short, fat, purple gray beets, cabbage hanging from the ceiling, potatoes spotted brown like an old man’s head, round onions, their sting packed hard. pale-skinned squash, some jolly parsnips like Christmas bells, and carrots buried in a crate of sand to thwart the claws of rats.   She sits…

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