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Dennis Gregory Murawska

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To Those Who Listened To Us Making Love
by Dennis Gregory Murawska

Saturday, August 09, 2003

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One of my proudest publications...New York Quarterly #58.

They could have heard us
those frogs floating in the swamp
lobeless ears vibrating like drumheads
they would not understand
even though I've seen them grasp each other
in that way frogs do
mindless of the other's presence.


Somewhere, deer listend without knowing
ears cupped unerringly towards sounds
vaguely familiar in their season of autumn passionm
Memories unable to hold it.


Only the coyote knew
pacing the fenceline, he stopped cold
barked once and whirled around
in that moment, hunger left him
as he pawed at the ground, turned tail
and ran into the night.

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Reviewed by Sara DePew (Reader) 4/20/2004
Natural acts in nature seem more personal and real. Nice write.
Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz (Reader) 8/10/2003
A familiar one, and you certainly CAN be proud of it appearing in NY Quarterly. Keep sending these in. They are worthy...just like your articles in Wishigan Outdoors.
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