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Newcomers by Robin Wyatt Dunn

Love it out, country cousin,
Mutable immutable old story in your cut thigh,
Washed word,
Loved lullaby,
Nameless feeling,
You dreamt last night,
That you drag landwards,
Before us,
Name your flotsam,
Name your flotsam,
Label it serene,
Claim your country cousin,
Name him at the mean,
Of your entrance fee
Of years,
Require the sigh to keep away the fears,
At your gate,
For your hate,
Under our stars.

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3 thoughts on “Newcomers by Robin Wyatt Dunn

  1. Robin Wyatt Dunn lives in The Town of the Queen of the Angels, El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles, in Echo Park. He is 33 years old, and an Associate Member of the Horror Writers Association. You can find him at http://www.robindunn.com.

  2. Pingback: Weird Review: My Name is Dee by Robin Wyatt Dunn | Unspeakable Gibberer

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