Dialogue

We start the dialogue hearing the last word close itself

/\
first vagina yawn
\/

the mood swing is mine, ok, fine
every piece of angst
pressed again and
against

(you push me to avow
lack of love
pounce pounce
pounce)

/\/\
second vagina yawn
\/\/

lack of love
is not lack of love
is a taut Wednesday
is as common as rain

(you glimpse far
down the road
you young
me suddenly old)

ok, lack of love

()
comprehensive vagina
()

positions herself and shuts up

This is a reprint of work originally published in Boston Poetry Magazine.

Ana Maria Caballero currently lives in Bogotá, Colombia with her husband and nine-month-old son. During her son’s naps, she created a blog – http:/www.thedrugstorenotebook.co – where she shares her poems and love of literature.

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