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What I Know About Epistemology

As the light goes, go.
Be the rustling in the grass, the fall from
convention's good graces: learn, or someone
will have you filing files or writing writs,

Matin No. 2

With the morning's bird calls comes a woman's sobbing
and I'm left to eavesdrop, to reconcile sympathy with
helplessness and speculate on first causes. My guess:

The Wisest Aunt, Telling The Saddest Tales

They give her lunch, prick her finger for sugar.
Her stories are usually about being unlucky:
a young soldier is given away by the steam
from his own urine and so on and so forth.

Movie Stars Thank My Mother For Her Patronage

Rita Hayworth
We do see you, you know,
on the other side of the screen,
always in the fourth row

Mrs. Szmykleszczwladeczeryniecki's Last Day (1955)

She praises his gift of a tin cat, japanned
and bejeweled and black like her cat at home;
and all the while nurses, unarmed and helpless,

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John Surowiecki is the author of four books of poetry

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