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Sonnet by Jeri Frederickson

from: Overripe Apples  (a series of sonnets)* by Jeri Frederickson  I am opened like an old cellar door.  Careful to follow every instruction,  I slice the apples. The wooden spoon stirs  up sweet juice, and the fluting starts. I am  … Continue reading

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