December 18, 2017 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

Lorianne DiSabato photo



Crystal Snoddon




Emblems, a prose poem of what could have been



Flags wave above the vaporous chants of Rhinebeck NY protesters. Spittle of confetti rhetoric flies lightning speed through heated bodies. Lock ‘er up. Lock ‘er up. Shove a dildo up her ass. Inside the bookstore, Hilary signs another hardcover tome, smiles at the female customer before she turns to leave, face the crowd. What Happened ink drips from her bag, puddles behind her every step. Her smile, enigmatic, her book bleeds until it is nothing more than dry, dirty white pages.







Crystal Snoddon

Crystal Snoddon is a Canadian writer who finds joy and solace in the creation and sharing of story and poetry. Her most recent publications include The Quarterday Review, Communicator’s League, The Light Ekphrastic, and The Ekphrastic Review, with a future publication expected in May 2017 again in The Light Ekphrastic.

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