By: Gervanna Stephens
Note from the author:
About the poems: I think of poetry as an adhoc version of the self & reality. These poems reflect that in some sense, where poetry is both space & the need to cling. It is dual & also singular. Just like mental health issues & the need for normalcy, both are magic & can be awful or be seen with new eyes or even be disregarded completely. It just depends.
Gervanna is a Jamaican poet and proud Slytherin with congenital amputation living in Canada. Her work has appeared/forthcoming in Mojave Heart, Empty Mirror, The /tƐmz/, Bone & Ink, TERSE, & WusGood.black,. She hates public speaking, has two sisters who are better writers than her & thinks unicorns laugh when we say they aren’t real. Tweets @ gravitystephens