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“Ode To A Black Glass Marble” By Michael Dauro

Dauro reads his poems "Orfeo's Nocturne," "Ode to a Black Glass Marble," and "Haiku for Don Belton."

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Photo: Liz West (flickr)

Black glass marbles...contained.

“I saw three of these dusters a short time ago, they were waiting for a train. Inside the dusters, there were three men… inside the men, there were three bullets.”
-Harmonica, from Once Upon a Time in the West

Michael Dauro is from Long Island, N.Y.  His work has twice won National Society of Arts and Letters awards and has been nominated for the AWP Intro Award for poetry. He is currently working on an epic tentatively titled The First Books of Amnesia.

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