Like a fish that sees the wobbling silver roofThat caps his world, dim, lit by flashes,I look at Mono Lake, its sky and cloudsSilent in a mountain bowl, centeredIn the rocky gateway of Tioga Pass.God enters through the eye, a small, bright hook,A thin floating line. We blink. He yanks.
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