A poem by alum Rosalynde Vas Dias (poetry, ’06) appears at TAMSEN:

You walk to the river—
maybe it is snowing heavily,
you only have yarn mittens,
thin and holey.  You look
at the steely surface eating the flakes,
the other shore veiled, lost.
Should there not be a boat,
a boatman?  Or you lie in the dark,

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