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1/30: K. Iver

We are starting off strong with "Short Film Starting My Beloved's Living Body."

Ok, now finish sobbing, catch your breath from the gorgeous way the author uses scene cuts to create a collage as well as a short film of the poem.

Your prompt: write a poem in the form of screen cuts. You are a character, but that is revealed at least halfway through the poem. Focus on the scenes, the landscape, the visual crops that memory has.

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