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Poetry #297
(published September 28, 2006)
Dim Sum
by Jonathan Hayes
On a Saturday afternoon,
a cold wind blows into the restaurant,

and then the authority of drums—
a band marches up the street,

followed by its hearse,
as I swallow a piece of pork.

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