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I’m posting one of my own poems as a special request from a reader of the AY COLORES! Poetry Lab that came out earlier today. This poem originally appeared in the Pleasures Issue of the McNeese Review.

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The farmer says with his arm

elbow-deep in the earth that

he is shaking the hand of God

and I am terrified to think of

such a giant–

             unasleep, watching,

his mouth sucking the tips of

my feet as I am walking row to

row, field to field, my belly as

yellow as the corn.

                       –C.A. LaRue