In today’s Community, we are honored to re-introduce poetry and prose by Kathy Kremins and Merridawn Duckler.
First Patty, then Others
“We had never been to Patty’s house before,
a slightly off gal, in tilted cat eye glasses...”
“Becky is a bully. Her sister, Corey, should have been a boy. These are facts which Corey knows to be as certain as the word facts, fat middle letters fenced in by two taller guard letters. Becky makes her crouch in spiderville, under the cinderblock foundation and stay there until Becky says she can come out. …”
“I once dug through garbage
to prove a man did not love me.
Now as I drive around and around
places I can’t believe I sought, open like a robe…”
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