Ouroboros Frayed

a concrete poem

from Fairfield Scribes Issue #9 of Scribes*MICRO*Fiction

Have you noticed how Covid messed up our sense of time? Somethings seem like they just happened yesterday, only for us to discover they happened a year ago while something that just happened feels like it occurred months ago.

The photo above is my first concrete poem — a poem shaped like its subject — inspired by this phenomenon. Thank you to Alison McBain and the editors of…

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Poet, lawyer, disability advocate, wheelchair rider. Published in SFWP, Poetry for Ukraine, Scribes Micro Fiction, Wordgathering. Pushcart Prize nominee.

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Mary Keating

Mary Keating

Poet, lawyer, disability advocate, wheelchair rider. Published in SFWP, Poetry for Ukraine, Scribes Micro Fiction, Wordgathering. Pushcart Prize nominee.

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