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Two Poems

by Mark Seidl

Mark Seidl used to lament the lack of dogwood trees in New York’s Hudson Valley, where he lives and works as a special collections librarian. In the spring of 2013, however, he saw dogwoods in full bloom all over the place. Now he has to find a new object for his lamentations. His work has appeared in several print and online journals, including Alice Blue Review, Birdfeast, Treehouse, and Thunderclap.

Lead image: “Trunk” (image via Flickr user James)