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      [Monday, July 25, 2005] [Andrew Gallix]
    THE PEDESTRIAN POET OF THE LEFT BANK (2000)
    Teach us to sit still
    -- T.E. Lawrence

    He wandered, he roved; he shuffled, he roamed; he pounded, he expounded, he strode and he strolled. Perry Pathetic, we called him, this peripatetic poet, who paced the streets of Paris flogging his verse to all and sundry. "My work I have costed," he told whoever he accosted, "and I'll spin you a rhyme, if you slip me a dime," or words to that effect. Now his walking does the talking, it has no rhyme nor reason, he is poetry in motion.

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