Thursday, October 18, 2012


By Kay Ryan

We turn out
as tippy as
eggs.  Legs
are an illusion.
We are held
as in a carton
if someone
loves us.
It's a pity
only loss
proves this.

Previously published in The NewYorker, Aug 6, 2012

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