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61.
Red Riding Hood
Many are the deceivers:
The suburban matron,
proper in the supermarket,
list in hand so she won't suddenly fly,
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62.
The Poet Of Ignorance
Perhaps the earth is floating,
I do not know.
Perhaps the stars are little paper cutups
made by some giant scissors,
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63.
For John, Who Begs Me Not To Enquire Further
Not that it was beautiful,
but that, in the end, there was
a certain sense of order there;
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64.
The Abortion
Somebody who should have been born
is gone.
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65.
The Witch's Life
When I was a child
there was an old woman in our neighborhood whom we called The Witch.
All day she peered from her second story
window
from behi ...
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66.
Lessons In Hunger
'Do you like me?'
I asked the blue blazer.
No answer.
Silence bounced out of his books.
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67.
Flee On Your Donkey
Because there was no other place
to flee to,
I came back to the scene of the disordered senses,
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68.
Lobster
A shoe with legs,
a stone dropped from heaven,
he does his mournful work alone,
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69.
Housewife
Some women marry houses.
It's another kind of skin; it has a heart,
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70.
The Starry Night
The town does not exist
except where one black-haired tree slips
up like a drowned woman into the hot sky.
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