Braid: Poems

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Anhinga Press, 1999 - Poetry - 65 pages
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Poetry. Maxine Kumin has praised this exciting new poet as observant and imaginative. . . . Potions and magic spells exert a powerful hold on her work as she struggles to come to terms with her part-Hispanic, part-Midwestern background. Mia Leonin plaits her coming-of-age and coming-to-terms narrative into a sensuous and obdurate Southern identity -- C.D. Wright.

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Prologue
46
At the Eighth Grade Music Recital
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Saint Lucias Theology
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