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adrift on the couchI spot a shipmy Chinese hata peasant’s handiworkupon a ledge
the crown is a prowbreasting the wavesthe brim a curvecurving seawards
Oh a shipis a beautiful thingeven when at restdreaming of the open sea
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Marvin WIldstein, poetry
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