Monday, April 10, 2017

BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS

Saw
one singular pigeon,
amid two or three dozen

milling,
foraging in the gray
fountain rain at the intersection—

taller, broader,
champagne-gold-crested—
more beautiful

than the others—
but then,
as some approaching huckster's

cart
made him scatter
in impulsive, mechanical

bland union with his brothers,
was left clinging
only

to the cheapest thought: whatever—
a pigeon is a pigeon
is a pigeon.

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