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By Debora Greger

From the name poem:

Ampersand

pink as lifeless shrimp, the unborn curls in its tide pool--seed pearl

whose mom lusters over irritant love it's too overdue to dislodge;

little anemone, shrinking from contact. So and holds separate what it so much heavily binds.

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"Ms. Greger's poems occur on the aspect of come upon among the brain and the realm of subject. . . . And it's the resistance of the genuine and the expanding urgency the poet feels in attempting to extinguish her solitude . . . that make those poems emotional."--The manhattan occasions booklet Review

Originally released in 1985.

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The Garden of Acclimatization FOR MY FATHER 1 Blanket or sky, at bedtime he leaned in the doorway blocking all but an aura of hallway light. I took up the story from my sister, stalling sleep and his leaving us in a forest of furniture strange with dark. To command anything—I steered the tall ship she'd conjured away from what we couldn't have, the chink of ice in glasses, port's lit living rooms, voices lapping late against each other in tones not lavished on us, for seas open spills of ink, subtle with phosphorescence outlining the ship where it wrote in white the real story: paper hat given one more fold to make a boat, its flimsy prow split the speeding toward a harbor not curved of his large hands from the plunge into water's cold welcome.

The foot I mean to plant firmly skates icily forward and, if you asked now, I would admit that not the hand you reach toward me but some balance beyond it is what I want as we both go down. Long Island Real Estate: Great Neck First, the lawn. This time of day the shade that carpets it blue unrolls to the pool now floating end-of-season apples—all this was orchard once—but picture yourselves ripely bobbing there, too. Their side of the discreet hedge, neighbors follow suit. Along summer evenings, you'll hear air turn water—sprinklers' reliable rain, play screams of swimmers teasing the mockingbirds' copied, liquid notes.

And how, passing for winter, from sky the gray of old television, it puckers with goosebumps blue skins of swimming pools, turning redundant sprinklers and the man kneeling to soap a Mercedes. Praise its indiscriminate industry, worming under yachts' hatch covers, a convertible swamped in a parking lot's pond. Waiting it out, praise drop by drop of drink as, in the canyons, mock haciendas lurch and pitch, room by room giving to the drugged surge of mud. However close, that's elsewhere, evening news, an act of God to be insured against.

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