on her face. The shadow of the moment flickers with it.
Every moment has a winter. A space within us is flurrying with snow.
In a dream, I think, I must have loved once;
on top of the stones’ endless staying, I loved him.
A photograph where he walks away
down an endless wooden path leading only to the sea,
which was infinite and cold and in which I was alone.
The only human alive for years in that sea.
Kallie Falandays is the author of Dovetail Down the House. You can read her work in Day One, Black Warrior Review, The Journal, and elsewhere. She runs Tell Tell Poetry.