Monday, March 21, 2016


Perhaps when it is done the poem
Will be a pale and timid thing,
Squeakerous, furtive, drooping,
With eyes three-quarters closed.
Now, though, as it clamorously
Demands to be born, it swears
It will be more than seven feet tall
With teeth to crack a walnut
And a gut to digest the shell.

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