Before cocks crowed I believed your eyelids opened dawn’s book.
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It’s the wrong exit, and I’m lost on my way/ to Malibu Beach. I might not hear the freeway/ if the car windows were up.
The poems below have been excerpted from a longer work called Wulf & Eadwacer, an experimental translation by M.L. Martin.