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Anne Heide
Anne Heide edits the journal CAB/NET out of Denver. Her poetry and reviews have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Coconut, Octopus, Ur Vox, First Intensity, Xantippe, and No Tell Motel, among others. She is currently working towards a doctorate in English and Creative Writing at the University of Denver.

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Echo, Robin



Anne Heide
Sounding

An etymology:

Also called mouse-bird.

Also called snipe.

(Also our shape is pressed by flight into the window)

"In America I shoot robins and find them thrushes"


In America I shoot robins and find a dinner made.





Sounding

An etymology:

Also called magpie.

Also called snake.

"The robin grunted vigorously as I relieved him of the hook"

The robins grunted vigorously as I unfolded him, wing adjacent.



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