The Hole Story of Kirby the Sneak and Arlo the True

By Greg Williamson

Poetry | Paperback, eBook

In this narrative poem, Kirby the sneaky, dog-genius steals the hole Arlo dug in the yard and the social order begins to break down. Kirby faces grave, injurious peril in restoring cosmic harmony. In rhyming couplets he reflects on the hole's eerie influence, he contemplates spider webs, Newton, The Old West, Scottish history, Templars, the Roundtable Knights, the existence of dragons, and the nature of time, itself.

Greg Williamson is the author of three volumes of poetry: The Silent Partner, Errors in the Script, and A Most Marvelous Piece of Luck. He has received an Academy Award in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a Whiting Writers' Award, The Nicholas Roerich Prize, an NEA Grant in Poetry, and others. He teaches in The Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University.




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