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                                                    Ken Hay

                                     Ken Hay is a poet who  strives for hard and
                                     permanent words fixed to a board or softer
                                  words that may overflow the canvas. He lives in

                                                 Quebec City, Quebec

                                       Can they be cut up –
                                       Folded into plots on a hill
                                       Can they be cut and fold
                                       ed into plots on a hill
                                       Can they be undone in any dream
                                       Are they things after all
                                       A dream of a gown on your bedpost
                                       A field in the mist
                                       A foot again
                                       Roused up on the earth
                                       A coarse or satin smile for your covering
                                       Beneath the sky

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