Volume One, Issue 4

Summer Statistics

Abraheem Dittu

I woke up in a half-baked haze
Burrowed like a polar bear cub
Moist and sticky

White noise

Fast rips
Slow tears


Lycra on hard plastic

Everything is off white, grey and beige

The floor
   and ceiling
      are speckled
 and grainy

The wires are in the left corner

All corners are equidistant

Abraheem Dittu: "I am a Pakistani-American poet from Los Angeles. I've previously been published in The Blue Door Quarterly, The Squawk Back, The Song of the San Joaquin, Ascent Aspirations, and Bluepepper."

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