National Poetry Month Day 26: “Everything Twice” by Rae Gouirand


Everything Twice Pinkened quince with potatoes, cold for breakfast. Stones by the door I’ve pocketed the last year. Too bright today to see the road. One blue for the sky, one for the hills, no shadows. The spoons and how they fit as a group, each one becoming plural. The forks and the untangling of […]