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M.L. Martin

M.L. Martin

M.L. Martin is a poet and translator, whose work has appeared in Black Warrior Review, The Capilano Review, Columbia Journal, Kenyon Review Online, The Literary Review, and elsewhere. Her chapbook, Journey to Shoshone Falls (Walls Divide Press), uses archival images, found text, and translations to create textual interventions in the archival landscape around the canonical Thomas Moran painting “Shoshone Falls on the Snake River.” Learn more at M-L-Martin.com

Autobiography of Wulf

 

 

 

                                                                   slaughter-sick



                                                                                         spirit



                                         drives


                             Wulf

               
               to īege

& [On Loyalty]


We āþecgan, if they come for our pack.
We are a different breed.

We're slaughter-cruel, we wolves.
We wolf. We will.

 

 

& [On Remorse]

 

 

Wulf!

                              the howling

embraced me.

 

 

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