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3 poems by John Sibley Williams

Crow Scraps Not even death can pick away every tendon or demuscled bone. Something that resembles us still breathes from the stained earth. Between what claws steal and leave behind: the invisible pages of life. I want to resist eternity, resist the clock’s unwinding, live only one hundred years in a book whose last line … Continue reading