Harpo Marx's pockets. The truth about crop circles. Bizarre job opportunities. A robot poet. A flashback to the Sixties. Within the cornucopia that is Strange Vegetables you will find these and other speculations on things scientific and fantastical, real and surreal, complete with a special garnish here and there to illuminate a poem. Praise for Strange Vegetables: "Strange Vegetables is a wok full of steamed whimsy. Venerable poet G.O. Clark's playful verse induces a smile on every page, punctuated with the occasional shock of melancholy recognition or an urgent, earnest tug on the heartstrings." -- Mike Allen, award winning author of The Journey to Kailash.
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