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a tornado poem

Anna Kreienberg

commercialism, like democracy, works for all participants
and I express the tornado that you were here, in it, with me
naturally a disaster that you could take the place of my Marvel
the Mustang collection but I want to take the spurs off my heels
and walk (not ride) away from this advertisement for blenders
and into your sunset

Anna Kreienberg is a freshman and poet currently pursuing a degree in English at NYU. She actively performs and writes in both New York and her hometown, Albany. Find her on Twitter @anna_kreienberg.

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ISSUE FIVE: My Laser Style

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   Alan Lomax Translation No. 2:
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Anna Kreienberg
   a tornado poem

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