A poem from David Prather (poetry, ’99) appears in The American Journal of Poetry:
I Am Not America
I am not the assassination of Harvey Milk or Martin Luther King, Jr. I am not
the battered body of Matthew Shepard or the bloated form of Emmett Till.
I look over my shoulder and you are there, framed by a shattered window
in an abandoned building. Or you are there driving a rusted hunk of junk
over potholes, the starving mouths of the earth beneath our feet. I hate
to admit that I am under the influence and driving home during the witching
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