When he takes the other woman to bed, does he think of his wife? Her goodness trailing soot, eyes ringed and fringed in black? She stays up all night, clips coupons from old letters, unlicks the envelopes. They are weathered and damp. A waste of postage. Shoes untie themselves in his absence. […]
REMI RECCHIA is a trans poet from Kalamazoo, Michigan. He is a Ph.D. candidate in Creative Writing at Oklahoma State University. He currently serves as Associate Poetry Editor for the Cimarron Review. Remi's work has appeared in Sleet Magazine, Front Porch, and Glass: A Journal of Poetry, among others. He holds an MFA in Poetry from Bowling Green State University.