Bob Hicok Poems

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Toward Accuracy
We're high enough that what I call fog might be cloud.
Not Everest high, or Chomuolungma, 'Mother Goddess
of the World.� If we named things what they are,
our sentences would be monsoons, long rains of sound.
Morning is 'the time I suspect I am a horse,� dusk
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