and out of being visible and lit, from where I stand.At first glance that last phrase--that insistence that marriage is seen from one place by one person--might seem unnecessary. But on second thought, and remembering all the poems around, I think that it is essential.
Lizzie Hutton reads from She'd Waited Millennia in Room 3222, Angell Hall, on December 6.
[Originally published in December, 2011.]
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