A poem by faculty member and alum Matthew Olzmann (poetry, ’09) appears at the Kenyon Review:

Regulations allow for, on average, sixty insect fragments
per hundred grams of chocolate
in America. You are pulverized.
The thorax, the head, the legs that no longer twitch.
Invisible and milk-smooth.
Nothing harbors a secret like sweetness.

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