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Guy Torrey

Guy Torrey

Guy Torrey's poems recently appeared in The Found Poetry Review and Poetry Foundation's Harriet blog. He is an M.F.A. candidate in fiction at the University of Massachusetts Boston.

Seth Walsh (Tehachapi, California)

He could hear cars
on the Barstow-
Bakersfield Highway.
He could see his socks
in the kitchen window;
and the Sierras
over the garage.
A fly swam to his chin.
He waved it off.
The extension cord
snapped taut. And now
two grey-soled socks
cramp like bodies faced
with intractable distances.


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