By | 3 February 2024

Rivka Galchen had a puma and I
a palindrome, meticulously recording her
minutiae. Three kinds of yellow

daisy each morning
walk: da and da and da.

The billy goats cough, the baby says, and the verb
demonstrates. There is a gruff
voice for the troll alone.

At four she rearranges her
palindrome, pairs letters together. How astute,
I think, this baby is

from Aad to Daa making
expressions mutable.

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