Payday Poetry: Your Luck Is About To Change by Susan Elizabeth Howe

5.14.10 | | one comment

Payday Poetry returns with a poem about the end of the year and thoughts of all that could go wrong and some surprising but approachable imagery.

Title: Your Luck Is About To Change

Poet:Susan Elizabeth Howe

Publication Info: Poetry, December 2002

Submitted by: Tyler Chadwick

Why?: Tyler says: “For this line: ‘marriage spicy as moo-goo-gai-pan.’ Oh, and for the dinosaur nativity. (Read it. You’ll see.)”

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Payday Poetry: Your Luck Is About To Change by Susan Elizabeth Howe

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    I feel bad no one’s commented. I read it and liked it and got distracted updating her Mormonarts Wikia article. That’s what I did.

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