Red cross dog: poems

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New Rivers Press, Oct 1, 2000 - Poetry - 81 pages
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All I Can Do I am the reason someone gets up in the morning; I am the Red Cross Dog and I notice how the country heaves with unrest, how right before snow falls the air smells like lightning (it's then I dream of cut grass and flying stars)- all the while, there is that deep rumble in the distance, and even though I am minding my own business and even though there is someone telling me "Red Cross Dog, I know you'll help me find my way back home," I cannot forget that my country is falling and I cannot pick it up. I cannot do this. Patricia Zontelli's first collection of poems, Edith Jacobson Begins to Fly, was published by New Rivers Press in 1992. She teaches art at the University of Wisconsin, Stout.

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All I Can
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Signals
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Red Cross
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