Cell Memory

Document Type


Publication Date

Summer 2017


Arts and Humanities | Poetry


"The fish doesn’t care how long the rain patters, how it splashes against its door. For days and months, the drops have been replacing more of its world, but the fish doesn’t care. Perhaps this is because just like the water, the fish is changing, every cell replaced by a new one."

Excerpt from Cell Memory


Published online in Poetry Quarterly, Summer 2017.

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