Someone I don't know said to ease her fear of flying
It has to do with probability, her father once assured her.
It's fine if of 6,000 flights in the sky over North America
But let's be serious for a minute. These are games we play
If we could all fly planes we would all feel more fulfilled.
so that is out of the question.
So we talk a lot about flying, because it is the most polite way
Who knows why the stationary bicyclist
Today a thirteen year old told me it was
So what do we do now? I wanted to know.
It seems like a good idea to me, pie every
and irrational decisions.
I entered the bar last week in the dark.
People always say, Oh, how fast things change!
Today nothing changes fast enough.
Michelle Meier is a writer, teacher and artist from New York City. She holds a BA in Art History and an MFA in Photography and Related Media. She is currently completing her first collection of poems. contact
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