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Two hours in the life of the Tilting Man

A poem: What I saw as a white cop in an Australian outback town

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The man he walks the street, his body tilts from side to side
“He looks like he’s come off a horse,” a school-child says, her hand snakes up
Her mother’s lips slide down, she says, “Do you see a horse?”




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