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August 2011

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  • The Wonderful World of Owls
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  • Poem: Moon and Owl
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  • Poem: Owl Baby Rising

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  • Moon and Owl
    by Karen Neuberg

    The next big
    question owl asks

    is of herself
    upon water.

    The moon, looking down,
    sees the moon
    in owl's reflection.

    Deep reflection:

    this night
    moon's image
    lights owl's inner eye

    from under the hungry roof
    of water's house.

    Owl could fly off,
    she could lift
    herself, open
    wide wings;
    I repeat,
    owl could fly


    Moon just keeps.

    Karen Neuberg lives in Brooklyn, New York and West Hurley, NY. Her chapbook, Detailed Still, was published by Poets Wear Prada Press. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Stone Telling, Rose & Thorn, Superstition Review, and The Same, among others. She’s a two-time Pushcart nominee and associate editor of Inertia Magazine and of First Literary Review-East.

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