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Todd Robinson

Todd Robinson

Todd Robinson's poems have appeared most recently in Sugar House Review, Superstition Review, Canopic Jar, Chiron Review, and Thistle Magazine. His debut collection, Mass for Shut-ins, will be published by Backwaters Press in July 2018. He teaches in the Writer's Workshop at University of Nebraska-Omaha.

The Sparrow Has Trilled


into being among leaf
rot and blue trellis

south of the house, Japanese
maples in their shyest hue—

          morning takes her legs
               for a walk, hoping to ease
          a night in the soil

          from her hips, light watery
          at the windows, night snoring.

August, the garden
     a rusty tangle, our hope
for perfect plums gone.

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