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Betsy Johnson-Miller

Betsy Johnson-Miller

Betsy Johnson-Miller lives and teaches in Minnesota. Her poetry and essays have appeared in Boulevard, Agni, Gray's Sporting Journal, Portland and Mid-American Review

What Is Romantic, Honestly


I mean
to answer with a sapling

in a pickle jar

covered with tiny
light bulbs

I caught burning
in a field

that bed
of milkweed and

animal sleep
(body curled

around body curled)

instead
of moonlight

on train tracks
that end

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