Kirk Lee Davis
Dog packs roll about like herds of dice,
Or: the town is poor in a modern way.
The happiness of the people is
The roads are curves and they curve
A sundressed woman whispers
This poem, "The Invitations," comes from a sequence that tells the story of a particular luncheon. The invitees include, among others, a scientist, an inventor, a historian, a professional leafblower, and Kevin. The food at the event turns out to be really incredible.