memories so aged and distant…

memories so aged and distant
      I wonder if they’re mine

a barely recognized figure stands
      in each scene’s center

in a purely organic time
      long before my implants

Shelly Bryant splits her time between Shanghai and Singapore, teaching English literature and writing, and also studying Chinese language. She loves to read, write, cycle, and travel. Bryant’s first poetry collection, Cyborg Chimera, was released by Sam’s Dot Publishing in October 2009, and her second, Under the Ash, is due out at the end of 2010.

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2 Responses to memories so aged and distant…

  1. Jeffrey says:

    Brilliant stuff, Shelly.

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