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Eclipse

by on Jul 8, 2010 in Poetry | 0 comments

By Robert Borski Ghost flesh sears easily, like the skin of xeroderms. This is why so few hauntings take place at noon. The sun is a scourge. Photons burn like acid. But when, as will happen up to four times a year, a new moon (itself as well a ward of the sun) swings into place and is...

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