A pantoum about a child touching the smallpox-scarred face of an aunt; a dialogue between Jesus and Pilate in the form of a nursery rhyme; Joseph and Mary sleeping on the Sphinx's stone paw: these are some of the experiences brought before us in The Heronry.
Mark Jarman is the author of ten poetry collections. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
by Mark Twain
by Zane Grey
by Mark Jarman
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