The Universe in an Earth-Shaped Urn
There is a moon in the window and it’s burning even if we can’t see it. When it was overcast before, there was an indelicateness. What was meant has never mattered— what we call ourselves, how defined the boundaries of the self, matters more to everyone I am not. But do not generalize: maybe there is a me I have never seen because there is nothing anyways.
published in Ottawa by above/ground press
a/g subscribers receive a complimentary copy
Amish Trivedi wrote Sound/Chest (Coven 2015) and Your Relationship to Motion Has Changed (Shearsman 2019). He has an MFA and PhD and lives in Maryland.
This is Trivedi’s third above/ground press chapbook, after The Destructions (2015) and What We Remembered Before the Fire (2018). A fourth is forthcoming.
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