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Milk Bar (fifth revision)

Milk Bar
(Elblag, Poland August 9th 2009)


plump ladies
are sweating
into my
gulasz
let feelings
bring events
and not vice
versa
my spooked
speech contains
a bond with day-
dreaming
'ello 'ello
spiegel in
spiegel
history is just
a big H
my house
is not
on the rocks
my little dog
eats me
chop up
the momentary
this is the tender
the barter the human
meatloaf Hercules
paddles upriver with
a spoon and the salt
shaker is missing
from my table

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