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RADIO TRANSMISSIONS IN MORSE CODE (m+46) by P.J. Williams

Origin: 37° 50′ 53.3436” N, 85° 28′ 1.5744” W

What harmony / each
body a score of bones / Dawn
music solemn / shapes

re-form / Each sea &                         
its eroded shore / Patience

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RADIO TRANSMISSIONS IN MORSE CODE by P.J. Williams

Origin: 39° 25′ 1.992” N, 84° 55′ 40.0074” W

Have found shelter in
questions / at the cross of tongues /
prophets hissing out

another shallow
monster / My own flattened mouth /

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RADIO TRANSMISSIONS IN MORSE CODE (m+39) by P.J. Williams

Origin: 30° 55′ 28.1634” N, 85° 44′ 19.9818” W

I’m trying to say
Hell is untied & empty /
My stomach again

a carcass in place                           
of prayer / Each new fire is salt /

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RADIO TRANSMISSIONS IN MORSE CODE (m+11) by P.J. Williams

Origin: 34° 30′ 34.5522” N, 88° 45′ 20.214” W

How many millions                           
headswollen / sinking / so soon                           
asleep / How loss is                           

tongued / no / no / he’s gone /

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RADIO TRANSMISSIONS IN MORSE CODE (m+3) by P.J. Williams

Origin: 39° 25′ 1.992” N, 84° 55′ 40.0074” W

Have found shelter in
questions / at the cross of tongues /
prophets hissing out

another shallow                           
monster / My own flattened mouth

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INTRODUCTION TO RADIO TRANSMISSIONS IN MORSE CODE by P.J. Williams

“These poems are from a larger project called Zero Sum, and they come from a section of the manuscript in which the speaker survives a cataclysmic event. Over the days and weeks following, he overhears on his radio these Morse code transmissions in between the interference and static. He translates them as best he can and organizes them into poems.

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