Black winged mysteriarch singing tree to tree a careful eye on the stones below that whisper names when the fog is low he writes in his book of who is who with a feather of his own their times his keeping in this mysterious conversation with death
dark rooms lingering in the corners of your mind, sit empty despite their size hollow echoes ring bouncing off untethered walls like broken glass you will it to leave to close, to burn, when you should open the windows and free yourself from this state you built with pain long ago.
Sara A. Mosier is a native Nebraska author and poet. She has poetry and photographs published in several issues of Laurus Magazine, an undergraduate magazine at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her queer romantic short stories and poetry can be found in the anthologies “Untamed”, “Merrow”, and “Songs of The Rainbow” by United Faedom Publishing on Amazon. She has also released a book of poetry titled Unfettered: A Collection of Poetry available as well on Amazon. Links to work: https://linktr.ee/saramosier