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From Eighty-One Found Poems in Honor of Thomas Dolby
by Keesha Z. Goldberg

1.

"I wasn't trying to start a revolution," Dick Hyman
has said of his accidentally revolutionary penchant
for novelty. "I was just responding to a very
interesting demand."

2.

Your email application will do
far more
than merely send, retrieve, and reply.

So will the average
black Lab.

3.

Meanwhile, Soviet Premier Nikita Khruschev
toured the United States.
In Los Angeles, Khruschev viewed a performance
by salacious can-can dancers:
"A person's face is more beautiful
than his backside,"
he snarled.

In Des Moines, Iowa,
he toured a meat packing house:
"We have beaten you to the moon,
but you have beaten us in sausage making,"
he puffed.

It was on.

4.

Join us as Center Theatre presents Ibsen's
A Doll's House, offered here in Frank McGuinness's
Tony Award-winning adaptation. Maybe the 19th century's
most beautifully realized drama, A Doll's House
tells the still-relevant story of one woman's awakening
self-awareness against the backdrop of Tsarist Russia.

5.

When schedules permit,
proofread at the time
when you are most alert,
such as first thing in the morning.

When you are tired,
interrupt proofreading
to do other tasks and
return to the proofreading refreshed.

6.

Says Adam Blake, the drummer of this Denver power-pop quartet,
"Nix the chicks with vocabs bigger than their chests."

7.

You can't necessarily
sleep your way to the top,
but you can sleep your way
into the media spotlight.

8.

Whose bones these are I think I know.
Her face was in the paper, so . . .