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Wikipedia Poem, No. 274

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“The light emission diodes stare, / incandescent crab eyes. / Foghorns trade calls in the night / as if lost, seeking one another out, / sometimes in the key of A, / sounding out there by the cliffs, / sometimes in G or C, / depending on how the fog is blowing, / but always their loudest right before dawn.” Kleinzahler

 

highest calorific content
     ustor
the carbon luster the highest
     cocons
anthracite is coal of all content
     fustf

carbon has carbon
     hesritcoa
content for graphite
     ext ext ethaub
anthracite is hard compact
     mcitust

anthracite submetallic luster
     aas s fe iall
calorific luster it has carbon
     cofornteu 
luster it has coal of except
     stnteontr

types of all types fewest
     tnteexcor 
carbon content for graphite
      ontphitere
compact variety that has content
     hontrac

the highest and highest highest
     lususthitt
impurities for graphite anthracite
     iof theracte
submetallic luster calorific luster
     e hnter

the fewest luster it has coal except types
     metarbontor
of submetallic has coal submetallic
     pt entt ht tt

content has a submetallic
     metor
has carbon content
     ype grconl
of all content has not
     cc lnthnt

paculum-spec2-sm

Source:

  • Kleinzahler, August. “Noir.” Sleeping It Off in Rapid City: Poems, New and Selected. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2008. Print. Page 37.

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