Poem Author: Bob Hicok

Left to My Own Devices

The floor’s level now. It was as easy as moving a red handle, as buying a jack, as cutting a hole in the floor, as being born, as translating Rilke badly but with the exhilaration of one who loved flipping the pages of two dictionaries simultaneously. Not the panther poem but some other Austrian lyricism …

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