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“The Mother of the Lunatics” by Sarah Ruhlen

Sarah Ruhlen reads "Because Man Cannot Help Love a Lode Stone," "The Mother of the Lunatics," "Building the Tower of Babel," and "I Hid Butterflies for Him."

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Poet Sarah Ruhlen

“If you wish to write something of value you will get yourself a mouse which has died of some dreadful disease.”
—Russell Edson

Sarah Ruhlen is a law student in Bloomington, Indiana.  Her work has appeared in RHINO, Slipstream, Monday Night, and Noö Journal, among others.  She is the recipient of the 2007 George Wedge poetry prize and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

On this edition of The Poets Weave, Sarah reads “Because Man Cannot Help Love a Lode Stone,” “The Mother of the Lunatics,” “Building the Tower of Babel,” and “I Hid Butterflies for Him.”

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