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POETRY

The Wishbones In My Garden

A shift in perspective.

Wishbone Flowers — Worraket via Shutterstock

they’re called wishbones because if you focus
your eyes close enough, you’ll find that
their two stamens resemble
a wishbone.

at first it made no sense to me;
an outburst of incredulity
consumed me;

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Omy

Omy

Puerto Rican writer. 🇵🇷🏳️‍🌈 Poetry, Television & History. Owner of Ilusiones, a publication for Caribbean/Latinx writers. maybecreate@gmail.com (she/they)

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