Which poem is this quote from? (1 Viewer)

I got drunk a couple of weeks back, and while I was waiting to catch some hands on this online poker tourney, I decided to flip around some pages in one of my BUK-books.

I remember one of the horse-race poems ending with the brilliant line:

not all of us are gamblers and those who aren't don't matter.

I've got around 30 titles but for the life of me I can't remember which book it's from.

any ideas?
 
Thx

Open All night: New Poems (2000)

the beautiful rush

...
such is the life of a gambler: to leave and then wait only to
return.

not all of us are gamblers and those who aren't don't
matter.


Thx man
 

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