My Mother’s Yellow Dress

The perfect dress.                           My mother’s dress.                                    I envy the dress.

            Pretty yellow dress.      I.   Pretty.   Mother.         My mother hanging the dress.

My mother.                                                      Hanging.                                          Dress.

                        My mother hanging in the dress.   I.   Envy.                     I envy hanging.

I envy hanging the dress.                                                               I envy hanging in the dress.

                                       I envy hanging my mother in the dress.

I envy my mother.         I.   The.   I.   Perfect.   Hanging.   Yellow.   Yellow dress.         Yes.

Daryl Sznyter received her MFA in poetry from The New School and her BA in creative writing from Pepperdine University. Previous and forthcoming publications include Word Fountain, Best American Poetry blog, Noble / Gas Qtrly, Bluestem Magazine and anthology Theories of HER. She currently resides in Dunmore, Pennsylvania.

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