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Evelyn Jean Pine


Was that an earthquake? Shaking,

I sit up in bed. My husband snores,

steals the quilt. The full moon sits zazen.

I’m haunted by cracked sidewalks,

tree limbs crashing through the roof.

I’m swallowed up by fear:

Children grow up—it’s good,

I tell myself, trembling.

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