After A Man with a Quilted Sleeve
Canonize me, canonize my dog.
A shadow cast,
and in the midst of,
is delicious to a fish.
Of what you know already I am loath to sing
so I am loath to sing,
and not one multitude would I contain.
When nuance is gratuitous,
when I have trouble with my solar sail or can't be
hypnotized, do put me in a room and bring me what
I want and answer truly every question that I think
to ask. The good twin and the equal and the
opposite of unintended consequence, I have a
sleeve that could accommodate a torso and it's
painted Titian blue.
In a past century Heikki Huotari attended a one-room school and spent summers on a forest-fire lookout tower, is now a retired math professor, and has published three chapbooks, one of which won the Gambling The Aisle prize, and one collection, Fractal Idyll (A.P Press). Another collection (from Lynx House) is in press.
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