Issue Seven:

By David Hanlon

Now, I play

                                                                 out the past,

let it  s t  r  e   t   c    h       out

                                                                like yawning arms

into night’s

                                                                sleepless hours.

Then, dawn arrives with

                                                                the unclenching of fists,

I wonder,

                                                                if I could talk with you now,

what would we discuss:

                                                                the anatomy of an octopus?

or how a microscope focuses?

About the Contributor

David Hanlon is from Cardiff, Wales, and currently living in Bristol, England. He has a BA in Film Studies and is training part-time as a counsellor/therapist. You can find his work online at Ink, Sweat & Tears, Fourth & Sycamore, Calamus Journal, Occulum, The Rising Phoenix Review & Writers Resist, among others.

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