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(left to right): David Caplan, David Lehman, Denise Duhamel, James Cummins
Posted by The Best American Poetry on July 05, 2013 at 12:47 PM in Adventures of Lehman, Photographs | Permalink
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Originally, there were five of us. William Logan was on the small pleasure craft with us, but as the weeks went by we were forced
to eat him.
cary grant |
November 27, 2010 at 04:20 PM
It's true; we're not proud of it. We secured the kidneys, and then were able to concoct a tasty brown sauce with the aid of some seawater and the bottle of soy sauce David carries around with him at all times. Amazingly, two of the men pictured, along with Denise, made it up the ranks to Pelican Scouts in the Offshore Boy Scouts troupe of their youth. The Third Man lives in the sewers underneath Vienna.
bipolar berra |
July 06, 2013 at 02:44 AM
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