three one-line poems by deb y felio

Previously great men

 

issuing apologies as they ought, not for the deeds but for getting caught.

 

 

 

In tow

 

mother, baby and groceries, all breaking down.

 

 

 

Watch how time flies, even when flights are delayed.

 

 


Bio:

deb y felio writes from the mountains and woods in Boulder Colorado. Her work is published in multiple online venues including  Antinarrative, Writing In a Woman’s Voice, Tuck magazine, The Poet by Day, Right Hand Pointing, Quatrain.fish and With Painted words. In print are anthologies Hay(na)ku 15 ( Eileen Tabios, editor) and in Minnie’s Diary, A Southern Literary Review October 2018, and in Gabriel’s Horn Anthology, June 2019


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