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newspaperMy morning newspaper lies on my front porch,

blending

with my knowledge of the world.
This afternoon, it wraps coffee grounds,

blending

with my knowledge of compost.
Tomorrow, it recites my obituary,

blending

with my knowledge of eternity.

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Craig W. Steele resides with his family in the countryside of northwestern Pennsylvania, not far from Lake Erie. When not writing, he's a professor of biology at Edinboro University. Craig was the featured poet and interviewed in Stone Path Review (Fall 2012). His poetry has appeared in numerous anthologies, literary journals and magazines, most recently in Mused: the BellaOnline Literary Review, Plainsongs, The Fib Review, Melancholy Hyperbole and elsewhere, and is forthcoming in Stone Path Review, Ottawa Arts Review, The Lyric and Boston Literary Magazine, amongst others.

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