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a fuzzed moth in a flannel of storm
owls in the beardusky woods
ospreys
would fall like valkyries
Unreal, tall as a myth,
It is not easy to free
myth from reality
...
an ambling bear
four-footed in berries.
Henry B. Adams was the first in an infinite series to discover and admit to himself that he really did not care whether truth was, ...
"To my thinking" boomed the Professor, begging the question as usual, "the greatest triumph of the human mind was the calculation ...
A: You have never forgotten a grievance or remembered a favor. B: What favor?
A: Do you want to know what the future holds for you? B: (pause) Nes! Yo!
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