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Also by Naomi Shihab Nye:
My Friend's Divorce | Keep Driving | Why the Silence Still Hangs Over Eastern Oregon
My Friend's Divorce
I want her
Printed in the Spring/Summer 1997 issue of CLR
Naomi Shihab Nye resides in San Antonio, Texas. Her books of poems include Different Ways to Pray, Hugging the Jukebox (selected for the National Poetry Series by Josephine Miles), Yellow Glove, Red Suitcase, and Words Under the Words.
She was the recipient of the Lavan Award from the Academy of American Poets and appeared in the PBS series "The Language of Life" with Bill Moyers.
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