Best Poem of Rachel Zucker

After Baby After Baby
When we made love you had
the dense body of a Doberman
and the square head of a Rottweiler.

With my eyes closed I saw:
a light green plate with seared scallops
and a perfect fillet of salmon on a cedar plank.

Now I am safe in the deep V of a weekday
wanting to tell you how the world
is . . .
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Real Poem (Personal Statement)
I skim sadness like fat off the surface
of cooling soup. Don't care about
metaphor but wish it would arrive
me. There's a cool current of air
this hot day I want to ride.
I have no lover, not even my love.
I have no other, not even I. . . .
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