Run your hand over the poem,
and you already know it.
Feel the round of the R to begin;
curl under the opening line and cup
the first y so you can feel its tail
tickling. Run your hand across
its side and gather up the poem,
the cup, the tail and begin down.
You will do this again, but for now
you already know what’s coming
before you know it—
the way I knew I would find you.
I knew the way a hand knows,
before a syllable is spoken.
—L.L. Barkat, author of the fiction-poetry title The Novelist
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