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Read Poem: WHY I WORRY ABOUT MY UNBORN CHILD, by Roxana Cazan

Because the Oklahoma sky also stretches Stippled with wind-bruised stars. Because a Pakistani-American doctor came in shuffling paperwork and ultrasounds. Because the ocean dipped as bodies were being pulled out of water. Because I wake to feel you squirming, like … Continue reading

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