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Poem In Dressing Room Poetry Journal

My poem "Camera" appears in issue two of Dressing Room Poetry Journal, and you can read it for FREE here. Definitely read the rest of the issue, as well, if you get a chance. I don't often come across a new journal that's off to such a great start, but the work they've featured so far is impressive and I find myself rereading much of it.

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