Quotation by Marianne Moore

the small tuft of fronds or katydid legs above each eye, still
numbering the units in each group;
the shadbones regularly set about the mouth, to droop or rise
Marianne Moore (1887–1972), U.S. poet. Peter (l. 3–4). . .

The Complete Poems of Marianne Moore. (1981) Penguin Books.
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