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Walter Pavlich: In the Belly of the Ewe

From Sensational Nightingales: Collected Poems of Walter Pavlich (Lynx House Press, 2017) Included in Vox Populi by permission of Sandra McPherson and the estate of Walter Pavlich.

For a beautifully written tribute to the work of Walter Pavlich, written by his friend, the poet Thomas Aslin, click here.

6 comments on “Walter Pavlich: In the Belly of the Ewe

  1. kim4true
    March 29, 2022

    I love to be lulled into acceptance with a magically real story–or poem. Reminds me of wonderful writers of fiction.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Sam Barbee
    March 29, 2022

    WOW! This poem is loaded with religious symbolism and metaphor. I admire every word. WOW!

    Liked by 2 people

  3. tathomas311
    March 29, 2022

    The Aslin piece is wonderful.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Vox Populi
      March 29, 2022

      Yes, Sandra McPherson sent me the poem and the Aslin piece. I was blown away by both.

      Liked by 2 people

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