Gretel in Darkness - Gretel in Darkness This is the world we wanted All who would have seen us dead are dead I hear the witch's cry break in the

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Gretel in Darkness This is the world we wanted. All who would have seen us dead are dead. I hear the witch's cry break in the moonlight through a sheet of sugar: God rewards. Her tongue shrivels into gas . . . Now, far from women's arms and memory of women, in our father's hut we sleep, are never hungry. Why do I not forget? My father bars the door, bars harm from this house, and it is years. No one remembers. Even you, my brother, summer afternoons you look at me as though you meant to leave, as though it never happened. But I killed for you. I see armed firs,
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  • Spring '11
  • Mooney
  • Hansel and Gretel, Hansel, Louise Glück, summer afternoons, God rewards, armed firs

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