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Barbara Duffey

Faraday Cage

—an enclosure of conducting material

You, my keeper, my mooring
against a blast of blue—
You block
the electro-magnetic
fields, return me
ultimate white
weighing
a capacity
with air.

Barbara Duffey, who lives down the street from the World’s Only
Corn Palace, is the author of I Might Be Mistaken (Word Poetry, forthcoming 2015).