Reading Moby-Dick at 30,000 Feet
by Tony Hoagland
Reading Moby-Dick at 30,000 Feet Quotes
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so I can lean back into the upholstered intervalbetween Muzak and lunch,a little bored, a little old and strange. (11-13)
At this stage of the journeyI would estimate the distancebetween myself and my own feelings (6-8)
wanting to kill it,wanting to see great clouds of blood eruptto prove that they exist. (28-30)
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At this height, Kansasis just a concept, a checkerboard design of wheat and corn (1-3)
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