“In Sleep’s Cape”

“In Sleep’s Cape” by Karen L. George was composed from words found in “Snow-White and Rose-Red.” The first stanza reads:

Some nights she’s a woman
in a house made of logs wedged with mud
seated fireside, piecing a dress
of quail wings and air
tender leaves and milkteeth
needle piercing in, out
catches, scatters light

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