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Dustin Nightingale reads “Circo Acuático”

Dustin Nightingale reads his poems "Circo Acuático," "Lost Dog: Reward," "Why don't you come to bed now, huh?" and "The Reverend in the Lighthouse."

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Photo: Antony Pranata

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Dustin Nightingale lives in Fargo, North Dakota. His poems have been published in various journals including Margie, Cimarron Review, Stickman and others. His band, the Citronella Hangovers is currently recording their 3rd spoken word album.

On this extended web edition of The Poets Weave, Dustin reads his poems “Circo Acuático,” “Lost Dog: Reward,” “Why don’t you come to bed now, huh?” and “The Reverend in the Lighthouse.”

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