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Lament of Maria Maresciallo at the funeral of Veronica Franco. A Poem By Marie Marshall
I recall our hand-signs in carnival, the silver rings on your white gloves, your fingers making to me – you are daytime, Wooden Mary, these are evening and small hours. That was your name for me, and with it you hurled stones and rotten fruit when our friendship became tedious; but a