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Thought That Natureby Trey Moody
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In the middle of the night, when the fruit
is scariest. I hold my hand out
and feel your nibbling. Don't worry,
my eyes are still closed. I've only
peeked that once. The cold
that is your breath—these windows
of fog. If I were outside,
I'd read your name backward again and again.
Trey Moody is from San Antonio, Texas. He earned an MFA from Texas State University and a PhD from the University of Nebraska. He is the author of the chapbook How We Remake the World, co-written with Joshua Ware, and winner of the Slope Editions Chapbook Prize.
Like rigorous philosophy, Trey Moodys poems begin with immediate evidence, then move outward, examining nature, weather, history, and ghosts.
About the Author
Trey Moody is from San Antonio, earned an MFA from Texas State University, and a PhD from the University of Nebraska. He is the author of several chapbooks, most recently, How We Remake the World, co-written with Joshua Ware and winner of the Slope Editions Chapbook Prize. His poems have appeared in Best New Poets 2009, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, Indiana Review, and Washington Square.
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