The serpent was more subtotal than any beast of the field.
Crystal, Lord God had made.
Andy said into the woman,
Yeah, Scott said,
You shall not eat of every tree of the garden.
published in Ottawa by above/ground press
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Christopher Patton’s second book of poetry, Dumuzi, was published in Spring 2020 by Gaspereau Press. His recent book of translations from Old English, Unlikeness is Us, also with Gaspereau, won an American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation. His visual poetry has appeared in Asymptote, DIAGRAM, and Ancient Exchanges, and has been shown at the Whatcom Museum and the Minnesota Center for Book Arts. He’s pursuing a Master of Museum Studies degree at the University of Toronto as he works on a translation of the goddess Inanna’s hell travels called Siri Falls Among the Things of the World.
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