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Beautiful, stunning, horrific, an absolute must read. There is nothing else to say. Reading this, you are left without words, hoping only to breathe again.
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While the essays themselves are not consistently brilliant in my estimation, there are some creative non-fiction pieces here that are gems of their genre.

This is required reading in an MFA course I am taking in creative non-fiction, so technically a
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Morning at the End of the World (Poetry)
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Description: poem written upon arriving home alive and well
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