Sunday, February 7, 2016

Tribute to Kafka for Someone Taken -- Alan Dugan

I see George Plimpton and Truman Capote.

The party is going strong.
The doorbell rings. It’s
for someone named me.
I’m coming. I take
a last drink, a last
puff on a cigarette,
a last kiss at a girl,
and step into the hall,
shutting out the laughter. “Is
your name you?” “Yes.”
“Well come along then.”
“See here. See here. See here.”

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