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Two poems by Phillip Bannowsky







Phillip Bannowsky is a retired autoworker, international educator, human rights activist, and 2017 Delaware Division of the Arts Established Artist Fellow in poetry. Published works include The Milk of Human Kindness (poetry), Autoplant: a Poetic Monologue, and The Mother Earth Inn (novel). He is an associate editor at Dreamstreets magazine.

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