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Your scrunched eye seizes, sizes me up: pulley-roped palliatives, craft and lies. Washing my hands in the back, I wonder: what's a good death? Of course you held on and I held on to you. We had married ourselves to a trance.
"This poem is part of an elegiac book-length sequence called Shadow-feast. The poem enacts the thoughts of a caregiver in the presence of a terminal illness." —Joan Houlihan
Joan Houlihan is the author of Shadow-feast, forthcoming in 2018 from Four Way Books. She teaches in Lesley University's low-residency MFA in Creative Writing program in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts.
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