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Abloom & Awry

With the eye of a journalist and the heart of a caretaker, Kelley shares her love of words, fireworks, kites, sea-salt caramels, metaphor, and humans. Armed with a generative impulse, her poems pay close attention to the dark, moving through it with wit and affirmation.

116 pages | 8 1/2 x 8 1/2

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Table of Contents

Prelude • The Possible Utility of Poets • Yawp • On Leaving the Newsroom • 1. Here’s an Armful • My Man, the Green Man • Love Song to Boredom • The Meadow Saffron Said My Best Days Fled • Music Is an Underground River That Needs to Be Discovered • Covalen

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