Leaving Cantwell, Alaska, and: Winterkill

Leaving Cantwell, Alaska, and: Winterkill David Dodd Lee Leaving Cantwell, Alaska I don’t know what to say exactly. College kids were all over the place. That’s my story about Denali, a big summer camp of employees and little ‘‘make-believe’’ dollhouse shops. Laptops. And smartphones. The far-o√ mountains never made it into sky. The low clouds might make a great postcard. My advice: stay away from these people. (I was comforted by the wind with voices in it, lifting away.) I drove around a home on wheels. Found a lake and slept there. Next day: the land on either side of the highway grew emptier and emptier. Then I hit that point of my caveman’s blunt familiar (I touched my skull; it’s thicker than I care to tell). I knew I’d like to fade in some tall animal’s growing shadow. Winterkill As well I might, Coriander; the yard is buggered with vermin—blue, blue—every second zooms backward: a subconscious aphasia . . . this year’s emotional coordinates, are they not? You start panting amidst the death’s heads, yellow fangs, the vulgar remains just now thawed, you can plan your own divergence . . . Dream was there were several opossums, each getting a manicure. Darling, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Prairie Schooner University of Nebraska Press

Leaving Cantwell, Alaska, and: Winterkill

Prairie Schooner, Volume 91 (2) – Aug 9, 2017

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David Dodd Lee Leaving Cantwell, Alaska I don’t know what to say exactly. College kids were all over the place. That’s my story about Denali, a big summer camp of employees and little ‘‘make-believe’’ dollhouse shops. Laptops. And smartphones. The far-o√ mountains never made it into sky. The low clouds might make a great postcard. My advice: stay away from these people. (I was comforted by the wind with voices in it, lifting away.) I drove around a home on wheels. Found a lake and slept there. Next day: the land on either side of the highway grew emptier and emptier. Then I hit that point of my caveman’s blunt familiar (I touched my skull; it’s thicker than I care to tell). I knew I’d like to fade in some tall animal’s growing shadow. Winterkill As well I might, Coriander; the yard is buggered with vermin—blue, blue—every second zooms backward: a subconscious aphasia . . . this year’s emotional coordinates, are they not? You start panting amidst the death’s heads, yellow fangs, the vulgar remains just now thawed, you can plan your own divergence . . . Dream was there were several opossums, each getting a manicure. Darling,

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