Gary Glazner the world’s fastest poet,
will perform feats of death-defying wonder,
including lifting a barrel of fresh cheese curds,
over his head with a single pinkie finger.
(The weight of Walt Whitman and Emily
Glazner will read from his book, “How to Make a Living as a Poet,”
(Which is kept in the fiction section, of your finer bookstores.)
He will recite Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 18,” while experiencing a brain freeze
from slurping down a Culver’s Custard
Mustard flavored daily special, too fast.
To Join, Contact Teena Monk-Gerber, Dementia Outreach Specialist.