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“We Use Spoons Mostly” By Trey Moody

Trey reads his poems "We Use Spoons Mostly," "Same Day Resolution" and "Exercise in Patience."

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Photo: Alan Levine (flickr)

Two wooden spoons.

“Cloud fields change into furniture / furniture metamorphizes into fields / an emphasis falls on reality.”
—Barbara Guest (from “An Emphasis Falls on Reality”)

Trey Moody is the author of two chapbooks: Climate Reply and Once Was a Weather. His poems have been published in Best New Poets 2009, Boston Review, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, Indiana Review, and Washington Square. He lives in Lincoln, Nebraska, where he co-curates The Clean Part Reading Series.

Check out Trey’s blog, Early Morning Corn.

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