New Yorker 6/26/17 issue: shrimp & Walter

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Laurie Eustis – Walter

 

taught the accordion

out of a small emporium

on the lower east side

we went to his shop

to buy an accordion for jack

Read rest of poem 

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James Seay – Now We Eat the Dark Vein

 

The first legs are minute claws,

small hands, cheliped.

Following are the walking legs

and swimmerets, then tail and flipper—

Read rest of poem 

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