by Michael O'Ryan on February 1, 2017

Radical slow-jam cartography. Night-
               swimming in the wake of several broken

promises. This was a storm taking root
               in alluvial cognition. Snow-blind

fingertips navigating aspen bark stood no
               chance against the blizzard; gravitropism

is lost on havoc. The human brain is
               nature’s most obsolete supercomputer.

You can find Michael out in the woods or at the local indie theater. His work has appeared in Ampersand and Building 45 Literary, as well as on Ampersand's Summer 2016 'Best of the Season' list.
Teenage - February 1, 2017 -