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Quotation by Maxine Kumin
With a broad shoehorn
I am unstuffing a big bird in this dream
Msomebody else's holiday feast—
and repacking the crop of my own,
knowing it will burst with such
onion, oyster, savory bread crust.
Maxine Kumin (b. 1925), U.S. poet. "In the Uneasy Sleep of the Translator," lines 1-6 (1975).
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