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  • African Poetry Book Series ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • I - To Give a Word a Name 1
  • Preface - Hunting Words with My Father 3
  • Ancestries of Land Mines 6
  • Keys 9
  • My Two Names 10
  • To Our Unborn Child Whom We Shall Name Nyambura 12
  • In Your Name 14
  • A Moment between Writing 15
  • An Orange 16
  • Pepto Bismol 17
  • Multiplicity and Skins 18
  • Safe House 19
  • II - Shadows and Light 21
  • Shadows and Light in Play 23
  • The Clouds above 30
  • A Walk Amongst Shadows with Sandra 31
  • Perfect Silence Is When Each Thing Sings Itself 32
  • Geysers and Hot Springs 33
  • Bifocals 34
  • New Frontiers - Wisconsin Winter 36
  • I. Excerpts from an Immigrant’s Diary 37
  • III - Whispers and Tendrils 39
  • First Meetings 41
  • First Date 42
  • Framing Your Picture 43
  • Guttural Love 44
  • Love and Distance 45
  • Leper’s Gold 46
  • Nostalgia I 47
  • Nostalgia II 48
  • A Poem Written in Silence 49
  • Last Frames 50
  • IV - Remembrances 51
  • A Poem for Arthur Nortje and Other Lost African Poets 53
  • Welcoming Mortality Home 55
  • My Grandfather’s Hands 57
  • Letter to My Artist Friend Who Died Young 58
  • Eight Months and Two Days Loading Trucks at UPS 60
  • Logotherapy 62
  • To My Archeologist 63
  • V - Gifts of Violence 65
  • Gifts of Violence 67
  • Faith 68
  • Jailbirds 69
  • Fall 70
  • To the Driver Who Splashed Me with Rainwater 71
  • Dread Locks 72
  • Revolt 73
  • Prints of Genocide 74
  • I Swear I See Skulls Coming 75
  • Kenya - A Love Letter 76
  • This Is What I Know 77
  • Epilogue - On Reading the Poem I Should Have Written 79
  • In the African Poetry Book Series 81
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