Napoleon & Josephine: Domesticated Raccoons / The Night Shift

McBride, Lisa
January 2008
Green Hills Literary Lantern;2008, Issue 19, p23
Presents two poems by Lisa McBride. "Napoleon and Josephine: Domesticated Raccoons." First Line: Named as we were, Last Line: what use our trembling bodies held for you. "The Night Shift." First Line: The angle of each pin thrust; Last Line: spiraled down the uncorked drain.


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