Humbaba

Fletching the arrows by the fire
The wild man out beyond is large,
and believed to be
dangerous

The tense young man
at the front of the class
goes wild raving about Humbaba
whether it was in fear or,
more like,
that the text was accusing him
of that identity
the memory is blurred

And he was never seen again

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