Favorite poem by Margaret Atwood
nheiges typed a picture: A extremely tiny white "A" is 0 inches in front of and -3 inches over a 1st [Hook] cube. it is -2.5 inches to the left of the cube. A extremely tiny white "Fish" is in front of the 1st cube. it is -4 inches above the "A". it is -4.5 inches to the left of the 1st cube. A extremely tiny white "Hook" is in front of the 1st cube. it is -4 inches above the "Fish". it is -6 inches to the left of the 1st cube. A second [eye] cube is 6 inches to the right of the first cube. A extremely tiny black "An" is 0 inches in front of and -3 inches over the 2nd cube. it is -3 inches to the right of the 2nd cube. A extremely tiny black "Open" is in front of the 2nd cube. it is -5 inches above the "An". it is -5.3 inches to the right of the 2nd cube. A extremely tiny black "Eye" is in front of the 2nd cube. it is -5 inches above the "Open". it is -4 inches to the right of the 2nd cube. The ground is invisible. The sky is pale blue. A 2.5 foot wide blue "You fit into me like a hook into an eye." is .3 foot over the cubes. (This scene uses Getty Images )
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watcher570  (2016) 
haven't read to many of her works but this is nice
KAWE  (2016) 
very nice interpretation of that poem
nheiges  (2016) 
It's funny, I remembered this as belonging to Dorothy Parker, but fortunately, I looked it up to make sure. I love Atwood's novels.
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