I'm Charlie Tuna

Koo, Jason
November 2006
North American Review;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 291 Issue 6, p22
Presents the poem "I'm Charlie Tuna," by Jason Koo. First Line: I'll be sitting at home, eating a tuna salad sandwich, Last Line: all the cabinets and closed doors, poking into trash.


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