A Sort of Genesis
This would have been as good
of a start as any: before the vault
fissured, before light, before
wind swung categories of air
or rippled grass blades,
we were shapes assembled
without logic, our association
undulating through a saturated plane,
yet to find any bearing albeit becoming.
Nolan Meditz was born and raised on Long Island. He received his MFA from Hofstra University in 2014 and his Ph.D. from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2018. His poetry has appeared in Roanoke Review, Califragile, deLuge Journal, and Mockingheart Review among other publications. He currently lives in Weatherford, OK, where he teaches writing at Southwestern Oklahoma State University.
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