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Between Soul and Stone
Poems
Margo Berdeshevsky

Sheep Meadow Press



Contents

BETWEEN THE WIND AND HILL
• My Long Drum
• Once
• An Empty Place
• If it’s the Last Full Moon,
• On Giving Away the Stone
• Twice the Darkness
• A Step She Knew
• Did the Tools Make Noise When he Carved the Heart?
• Like a Garden
• Of Men’s Kitchens
• Blooding the Body in the Southwest
• Alone in the Old One’s House
• A LAND WHERE–––
• Her Detail––Paris Cherry Trees
• Not a Land Where Oranges
• Scene Two
• Empty, a Sky Opens
• Violet Dialogue, After
All it is
• Sans Eyes,
• Brothers / Thirst
• Blackouts
• Bad Child
• LOVE’S FAMINE IN ME
• Cassandra on Moving Day
• Of The Owl: Stripped Of
• Body – 1
• The Wound That Comes Closest to the Sun
• America Poem
• LIGHT UNREPENTANT
• When Are You Not
• Lilith as a Babe
• For a Festival of Women
• Wind
• Again, the Cradle
• The Tent
• (Or if She Were Heard After Death)
• Of the Song Bird
• Philomel
• Then,
• IF IT’S THE LAST
• Taste of Vanilla
• “I Am the Weight of This Incorruptible”
• Even With No Hand to Hold it
• On Some Small History of Epiphanies
• What Has Not Fallen
• Rupture
• Wind and a Hill
• Beachfront
• For Ghosts, Only
• October Renaissance
• Among the Trumpets
• My Long Drum
• Notes
• Acknowledgments

Fri, 19 May 2017 13:29:39 -0500