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Only this once they offer the probable mistakes we will allow. They grab hot lead wires. They lose their footing in the gravel on the shoulders of the I and dance into the lights of pickups and Hondas, or themselves in pickups and Hondas, put teeth into the arguments for bond issues to widen county bridges. Then they blow their guts out on the off-chance their bad accidents will teach their sons some late brief lesson that will matter: It's always the unloaded gun that kills, and such. If the agents are young enough and on their toes, these can be found out, and are, in larger cities.
You wash, take the hind route back to your clothes in the dusk. Vines cut your arm pits, and you protect your privatesyou say so Raw-Head-and-Bloody-Bones won't bite it off. The sun has gone downstream. Philip's hand is the fish. ) You just trust it to be there when you get to your clothes. Page 14 american crawl Drowning in an oral surgeon's slough, Lake Martin. To swim from the dock to the shallow bar, out to the flag that warns lawyers their sons on slalom could break a leg, and they would be obliged to toss thin Gimlets overboard and rev twin Mercuries to the bone man's lot.
The men know there are such finds up there, away from the high tide line, away from the low tide line. Storms leave them. Page 28 He finds the flotsam of himself in nesting ternsgroups, squadrons, bandits of outraged terns. Like P-38s over Bizerte in his father's war, they use the sun, put him in their cross-hairs, make their run, pull out. They are saving their babies from me. The Atlantic lets the daughter go. She joins the terns. Why? Leave them alone. Leave them alone. Leave everything alone.
American crawl: poems by Paul Allen