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And so it came to pass, not long after, that it nailed rain.
Both kinds, human and divine.
Living on rice and living on beans and rice,
I can reach into another life.



Jake Fournier is an EMT-Basic living and working in Albuquerque, NM. He researches abolitionist poetry and ethnopoetics in the American West, and he sometimes teaches at the Institute of American Indian Arts. His poetry has appeared recently in Annulet, Lana Turner, and the Yale Review.

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