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When she gets home she will take an ice-cube from the fridge to suck, letting it melt in the earth of her. vi Drinking wood, drinking the weathered boards he leans against. The glass grows to his hand. The bottle of Dawsons on the chopping block balanced against the ax. He waits. His tongue hovering on his breath. vii I feed the chickens, bake for Sunday, dust the parlor we haven’t used it since the minister, weed the kitchen garden. Then I’m free for picking wild strawberries. I have always liked picking strawberries 8 / Field Marks since I was a girl.

The Poetry of Don McKay / 11 Field Marks: just like you and me but cageless, likes fresh air and wants to be his longing. Wears extra eyes around his neck, his mind pokes out his ears the way an Irish Setter’s nose pokes out a station-wagon window. His heart is suet. He would be a bird book full of lavish illustrations with a text of metaphor. He would know but still be slippery in time. He would eat crow. He becomes hyperbole, an egghead who spends days attempting to compare the shape and texture of her thigh to a snowy egret’s neck, elegant and all too seldom seen in Southern Ontario.

The Poetry of Don McKay / 27 Meditation on a Geode To find one, even among souvenirs of Banff from acrylic to zinc, is to realize that rock, ordinary limestone, composes in its own medium and has other lives. This one sits by the telephone, an impacted hollow whole note, formed, says my old geology textbook, from the modification and enlargement of an original void. O : every time I look inside, that twinge of tabu. And something more familiar: impossible words forming a lump in my throat, the petrified ovary of the unspoken.

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