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Taylor Benson is an artist and illustrator who currently resides in the city of Tacoma, Washington.
My skin sack was taken to the Hall of Pictures
in the Capitol. My Zipps seemed made
to slide across the marble floor.
At one time, / I asked for everything— / When I saw how my love was squandered, / I would secrete venom.
The killdeer build their nest along the gravel drive. Small,
long-legged birds, the pair of them guarding their clutch
of. . .
Age-old anti-labor strategies get a liberal twist.
The push to reopen the schools pulls parents in all directions.
American evangelicals profess to follow Jesus but emulate John Wayne.