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I confess, the potato book, and have therefore pressed a fluent francophone colleague into service, who has had it sent to a friend in Belgium, from thence so on to me, here in America, here in Idaho. Click button above to play audio for this poem, or click here to download in. The yellow pines thrash their manes and rear.
You can almost hear beneath their stationary hooves the billion root-hairs clench and click, the nicker and neigh, the nowhere wind goes by on the way to nowhere else, bringing joy and hysteria to the trees. They grow restive.
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They wait until it comes and gallop in their stillness again. Burgdorf Hot Springs, Perseids, August, There was no moon that night, and the moose might have thought that we, naked and heeled together on our innertubes, were a pair of gigantic lily pads.
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Then he came through the left-open gate and clomped along the wooden walkway toward us. His antlers shed shadows halfway across the pool. When he leaped into the five-foot middle depths, he cast a wave that nearly capsized us but paid us no mind at all, thrashing out.