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A Poem: Meridians 

October at the beach and they are still
swimming. To parachute, one must first
practice. Ladies expose their backs to us,
their breasts to the sun. A haze envelopes
the city we don’t want to see anyway.

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  • A poem by Philip Kobylarz.

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