Cleopatra Mathis Quotes.

1. "I was full of myth, which is to say full of an idea."
- Cleopatra Mathis, Book of Dog: Poems

2. "ocean's snaking blues beyond the meadow"
- Cleopatra Mathis, Book of Dog: Poems

3. "Fingernails filling with silt, scraping the sculpted..."
- Cleopatra Mathis, Book of Dog: Poems

4. "White spume flew its ghost against the glass."
- Cleopatra Mathis, Book of Dog: Poems

5. "We go out in the fog in the morning won't burn."
- Cleopatra Mathis, Book of Dog: Poems

6. "The snow is tending toward nothingness."
- Cleopatra Mathis, Book of Dog: Poems

7. "Anxiety has forged another weather."
- Cleopatra Mathis, Book of Dog: Poems

8. "I will warm the great outdoors for the whole of January if I can."
- Cleopatra Mathis, Book of Dog: Poems

9. "The heat compounded, and ugliness settled its cloud over us, profound as human speech, although by then we were not speaking."
- Cleopatra Mathis, Book of Dog: Poems

10. "And if only it would stop, shut itself up for good- this off-key 'if only' that goes on singing, like some deranged child, repeating."
- Cleopatra Mathis, Book of Dog: Poems

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