2/2/10

Sandra Doller

Severed Line.

Demi

chorus lending/arch/road’s long

say so


wall sounds blows cool


+ i cannot work where i shouldn’t be


alley candle clings

miles

ninety + miss a little/the frost


miss the margins the season rakes


as war width hollers close/how corporal

the stinger


matures the oh



narrative bruise repeats people

don’t buff with stone/people


slumber coral

in the gym/a tergum same time

this leather’s a riot


Sam Cooke cul-de-sac


there will be in the stirring of the vocal vain

open to stone’s throw’s throw

to throw oneself


into the valley cool candle to

sever one’s parts/there is a home there.



Sandra Doller’s first book was Oriflamme—a word featured in the 2009 National Spelling Bee—and her second collection, Chora, is forthcoming from Ahsahta Press in March 2010; she recently finished a new manuscript, called Man Years. Doller is the founder & editrice of the curiously named 1913 a journal of forms/1913 Press and Assistant Professor at California State University. She lives way out west with her man and their dogs.

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