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Lani J. Scozzari

Lani J. Scozzari

Lani Scozzari is a writer, distance runner, mother and teacher. Publications of her poems and essays include Comstock Review, Midway Journal, Mom Egg Review, The Boiler Journal and several anthologies. She is the recipient of a finalist award from The Massachusetts Cultural Council for her poetry in Ballet's Child. While earning her MFA in Poetry at Sarah Lawrence College, she served as the senior editor of their literary journal, Lumina.

Pebble

Lily of wreck, lash time, burnt sand,
move me family to family,
house to house: gut house, rattle house, Autumn
gone house. Green pillar porched house, tricycle
in trash house,  house of missing brick, rash of ivy house,
thrashing man who loves my thighs
house.

Small pebble in my palm, please rub me unworn,
tell me, where I'll sleep.

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