TW: ALLUSION TO CAR ACCIDENT
A Poem about driving in my (sisters?) car in a year I can’t remember
There’s a bridge and a car.
The car is going 85 in a 70
the bridge is also going
but infinitesimally slower.
There’s a man screaming on the stereo
there’s a voice screaming in the driver’s head.
A girl is attempting to nap through
the cacophony of the stereo.
A girl is chattering in the front seat,
getting free therapy over the music.
There’s a driver in the driver’s seat,
There’s a driver
in a car
and a bridge
and a theoretical
Lucy Parr (They/Them) is an agender poet and translator interested in the evils of time and capitalism (and also ghosts.) When they are not writing, they are either working in their day job where they attempt to teach Latin to middle schoolers, cuddling with their cat, Zagreus, or binging the Bachelor with their friends. You can find them at twitter @defixionesss. Their poem "A Meditation on Love" was published in AZE.