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Leaves of Turf by Amorak Huey

Leaves Of Turf: To a Bulldog: On the Possibility of Running Over Him with an Orange and Blue Plow, November 2010

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Leaves of Turf is a game-by-game, season-long series of football verse by TWER poet lAUreate Amorak Huey. His first poem can be found here, his second here, his third here, his fourth here, his fifth here, his sixth here, his seventh here, his eight here, his ninth here, his tenth here. This week’s installment is in the manner ...

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Leaves Of Turf: Thirteen Ways of Looking at an NCAA Investigation

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Leaves of Turf is a game-by-game, season-long series of football verse by TWER poet lAUreate Amorak Huey. His first poem can be found here, his second here, his third here, his fourth here, his fifth here, his sixth here, his seventh here, his eight here, his ninth here. In troubling times (or at least, potentially troubling times), turning ...

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Leaves Of Turf: In the Manner of Shakespeare’s Sonnet 130, Which Looks to Me Like Sonnet 13-0, Which Would Be Awesome

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Leaves of Turf is a game-by-game, season-long series of football verse by TWER poet lAUreate Amorak Huey. His first poem can be found here, his second here, his third here, his fourth here, his fifth here, his incredible sixth here. This week, and for the first time this season, he ...

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