A Poetry Sporadical of Repeating Forms
I thought that you knew better.
Go, or, before she’s died,
Exactly what she’s going to do,
Commit her, like you’ll want to,
To a life of being undead—
Lonely, thirsty, always unwed.
Let her decide before you.
Juleigh Howard-Hobson has simultaneously written literary fiction, formalist poetry and genre work, along with non-fiction essays and articles, purposely blunting the modern ‘brandable’ concept of artistic obligation to any single form or movement. Her work has appeared in such venues as The Lyric, 14 by 14, The Raintown Review, and Caduceus. She is the Assistant Poetry Editor of Able Muse.