Edited by Andrea Spofford | Barry Kitterman | Amy Wright
Unlike the Romundina I was not around 410 million years ago.
and I am not transitional
—that I know of— further, no one studies me but
like the Romundina my face is catching up to other parts of my body
and I am a mix
— in the case of the Romundina jawed and jawless
and me happy and hapless.
NonfictionVerbal Binary Presence in Early Childhood Development, that Infamously Difficult Poetic Form the Villanelle, and the Spiritual Quotidian
In the womb it’s neither no nor yes.
You do, however, gather physical strength. You are, however, unprepared for the binary presence that awaits you on the shores of the amniotic sea in which you swim.continue reading >