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Also by Jeff Knorr:
Steelhead Fishing Under Diving Stars | Arriving at the Shore | At the Sullivan Ranch, Returning Home | In Our Surprise, We Are
Arriving at the Shore
My son has been scared this way before. All of the new of a new school. He finally finds himself with Zoe * * *
Walking home, waiting for his small, I would rather be driving off to fish, * * *
All of the new of a new school.
He finally finds himself with Zoe
* * *
Walking home, waiting for his small,
I would rather be driving off to fish,
* * *I've found myself at the kitchen table.
Printed in the Spring/Summer 2002 issue of CLR
Jeff Knorr is the author of two collections of poetry, Standing Up to the Day (Pecan Grove Press, 1999) and Western Reach (Red Hen Press, 2002). He is also the co-author of Mooring Against the Tide: Writing Poetry and Fiction (Prentice Hall) and the co-editor of A Writer's Country (Prentice Hall). He was the founding co-editor and poetry editor of the Clackamas Literary Review.
Jeff Knorr currently lives in California's central valley and teaches literature and writing at Sacramento City College.
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