Stardrum Pantoum

Corinne Gaston

This poem is currently under consideration for publication at Rose Red Review. This page will be updated after I receive a response. Thanks!

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  1. this is still a work-in-progress, so feedback is more than welcome.

  2. i love the ending. it’s great. the only line that felt like a hiccup was “My name that bristled like a blade of grass under the paws of wolves.” Imo it would read better as:: “And mine was musky as stolen honey//Bristling like blades of grass under paws of wolves” (plural noun agreement + cutting down on the use of “that”)

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