dogs n folks

Another Everlasting Self

Sometimes the poems of others can help us know-it-alls

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Tracy K. Smith,
A poet I’d never heard of
Because like most poets
I vastly prefer
MY poems to anyone else’s (But I digress);
Tracy,
Wrote a short poem
About how a human
Walking in from the rain
And a dog, doing likewise,
Tracking in mud,
Were kinda the everlasting same, damnit all…

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