UNT student poems shall not be forgot

One of the things I love about the Web is its ability to bring together groups of people with a shared interest, no matter how obscure the interest or miniscule the group.

Google has found Kevin O'Neill, the third person in the world who couldn't forget two poems in the 1989 UNT student literary magazine: Luv Poem and Seven Haiku at Night in a Convenience Store.


I have been looking for a poem I saw in a Bay Area weekly in 1990 entitled "12 ways of looking at a burrito"

I only remember a couple of scraps from it:

Hey fat boys of Larkspur.... the snake-hipped boys of ____ who breakfast on burritos


.... the bums, who panhandle 3 hours per burrito

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