Julia Knowlton (6 Poems)

Julia Caroline Knowlton’s 2004 memoir, entitled _Body Story_, was favorably reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly and was named an outstanding title by the American Library Association. She is currently writing her second memoir, a chapter of which is forthcoming in SpillWords (9/23/16). She holds an Academy of American Poets College prize. She is a college professor at Agnes Scott College in Atlanta.

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Your Anger

Why must you wave both fists of lead in the air?

All the bits of bone have been thrown into thunder.

I’m just a bird deep in a grove, with tiny gold feet.

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