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Museum Crows

Authors: Ron Houchin

Published by Salmon Poetry

ISBN: 9781907056178

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Crows punctuate our lives like dark exclamations. They land and watch from fence post, rooftop, and field. Their occurrence brings a form of awareness. Whether they appear as sentinels for those areas we may feel reluctance to peer into or as spectres of the unexpected, they embody the harsh and the beautiful, evoking the recurring moments of our lives. This collection, interspersed with its metaphorical black birds, looks also to summon such moments.

Ron Houchin, a retired public school teacher in the Appalachian region of southernmost Ohio, taught for thirty years. Though raised on the remote banks of the Ohio River in Huntington, West Virginia, he has travelled throughout Europe, Canada, and the U.S. His poems have been featured on Verse Daily. He has published three collections with Salmon Poetry.
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