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Reconnoiter by Lois Marie Harrod

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Lois Marie Harrod’s dour grandmother always claimed the chicken neck was the most delicious part and ate it with ostentatious delicacy, often staring at her chubby granddaughter Lois and muttering, “One hundred-eight, a lady’s weight.” With a grandmother like that, what could Lois do but immortalize the old crosspatch in poems.  Find links to Harrod’s poems at

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