A poem by Amy Nawrocki, from the autumn 2021 issue

When I am disorientated
and longing
for the company of resolve

I find myself living among fronds
next to the rock named for emptiness

every day imagining geraniums
the orientating newness
of honeysuckle.

Amy Nawrocki is the author of six collections of poetry,
most recently Mouthbrooders, which was a finalist for the
2020 Connecticut Book Award. Her memoir The Comet’s
Tail: A Memoir of No Memory has been awarded a Gold
Medal for the Living Now Mind-Body-Spirit Awards. She
lives in Hamden, Connecticut with her husband and their
cat, Django.

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