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JoAnne Growney



HOW DID IT COME TO THIS?

Prints on exhibit wallsó
notions of a bull by Picasso,
whose clear eye directed a deft hand.
Careful likeness becomes surreal
design then sketch
and in the end
a few fine lines.
Poems also we make
by erasing.





JoAnne Growney
JoAnne Growney lives in Silver Spring, Maryland, a new home after a long-time residence in Pennsylvania. Her poems have appeared in numerous literary and mathematics magazines. Her work is represented in the anthology, COMMON WEALTH: Contemporary Poets on Pennsylvania, just out from Pennsylvania State University Press. Paper Kite Press will be bringing out her chapbook, My Dance is Mathematics, in Spring 2006.




                                    

 

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