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Sally Van Doren

Sally Van Doren

Sally Van Doren is the author of the poetry collections Sex at Noon Taxes and the forthcoming Promise. She teaches at the 92nd Street Y in New York City and is a curator for the St. Louis Poetry Center. 

Four Minutes

Let's hijack this morning
and repair our coincidental

wrongs. You first. Mine
feel too irreversible. In

the interlude I will hire
a genius to barter

for me with the high voltage
powers who turn me on

and off like a kitchen gadget.
How do we pronounce

their names? There's no decorum
any more on our table top.


Time's up. Please don't degrade
my non-sequiturs further.

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