29 June 2006 | Vol. 6, No. 2


                                                            my radio operator of the transistor is blue and born in 1976

hears dieresis

it marks the antenna:

the foreigners of the thought of Richard were in the top of each

emitted tree the government gathered

                                    children of the vicinity in their

                                    rake of the kitchen garden these sheets

                                    with four songs and you and it will be protected.

About the author:

kathryn l. pringle is a graduate of the MFA program at SFSU. Her work has been published in Fourteen Hills, Transfer, Em Literary Asylum, Commonweal, and Rife. She lives in San Francisco with another minor american writer and her blind poodle mix. She blogs at Minor American.

For further reading:

See the complete list of work by kathryn l. pringle at 42opus. Browse the contents of 42opus Vol. 6, No. 2, where "harmonize" ran on June 29, 2006. List other work with these same labels: poetry.

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