David Dodd Lee


The Black Bass

My hand became my father's hand
that day,
for a second or two, as I lifted the fish, and I could feel his loneliness,
my father's, like mine,

a horse in a stall spooked by guttering candles,
the popping and black smoke, the quivering flanks.

And if a horse, in its loneliness, couldn't manage

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