Summer 1960 • Vol. XXII No. 3 PoetryJuly 1, 1960 |

Horns Come to the Matador

Corrida. José Letran tripped.His wife was gored (at home in bed). That's what frightened the bull to death—not swords—the horns on Letran's head.

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