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In the fields of Fatima we saw the sun,
an incandescent madman, slip his ties

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--Mark Amorose

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Mark Amorose teaches poetry and humane letters at Tempe Preparatory Academy, in Tempe, Arizona, and resides with his wife, Maria, and their seven children in the neighboring city of Mesa. His poems have most recently appeared in Measure, The Lyric, and Dappled Things.