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Andrew Seguin

Andrew Seguin

Andrew Seguin is a poet and photographer. He is the author of the chapbook, Black Anecdote, and has received fellowships from Poets House and the United States Fulbright Program.

After The Equinox

All dark by eight and cool to it.
The air a blood trigger—
I expect woodsmoke to tinge
the rhythm of the cricket, who
splices night into trill and quiet.
Trucks pass east of my compass.
The lamp is blonde for hours.
On the floor the crutches
like jawbones, fossils
from a time before apples.

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