A poem by alum Laura Van Prooyen (poetry, ’10) appears in Ploughshares:
Under her tongue, there was a story.
In her mouth, nails. Frances hammered license plates
to the back wall of her garage. There
hang the years that sunk like a foot in loose soil.
That rusted like a hinge. Whose hand or what machine
etched the numbers that cruised along
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