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With Apologies to "Poetry"
by Lael Ewy

Sometimes it’s just you and me, Marianne
                                                     Moore
Who seem e-
quipped
to hate it properly; we squeeze the very real
                                                     toads
‘til their sour juice oozes through or figural
fingers. They seem to dwell
                                     In a garden of dreams. But when the lines
trip too easy across the strand in palimpsests preposterous, in rivulets
of divergent obsessions
                              about which we politely pretend
to care, is our dislike not earned? But, as other hates,
imaginary as they are, could even we
                                                  go a day without?