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Couplets: Conversations in Verse

A chapbook of poetry in dialog from the editors of The Fairfield Review

Here are some excerpts from "Couplets: Conversations in Verse," by Janet and Edward Granger-Happ:

There is so much to say and
no words with which to

I listen to the radio,
sure there is a song whose lyrics I can steal.
But the music never uncovers all the feeling,
though the rhythms come


Love Poem

"Metaphor sinks what I meant to say." --Erin Belieu

How can I
say the words,
form them with
my lips and tongue,
They are too
My mouth is full,
feasting on the
curves of vowels,
the delicacy of


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