READING ON A TABLET?
THIS POEM IS BEST FORMATTED FOR LANDSCAPE VIEW
by John Jajeh
Runestone, volume 7
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On my to-don’t list.
But now it’s time to self-destruct
And thank the gods.
The moon is Big Brother—
High and round, home and cradled.
I don’t value memory,
And my watch doesn’t work.
There is a taste in my mouth
That does not match what I ate earlier today.
John Jajeh is an Atlanta native and a senior at Georgia Tech, studying computer science. His previous works have appeared in Peregrine Journal, Free Library of the Internet Void, ZaumXS, Dark River Review, Erato, and North Avenue Review.