still lost at sea, still sick with sea | cat dixon

still lost at sea, still sick with sea

Awaiting daybreak to bring back horizon, shore, notification chimes on the low battery phone— delayed connections flourish in mist. The pink rash will spread across the sky. The canoe in open water will drift. Goodbye, love. Goodbye.

Cat Dixon's newest poetry collection, What Happens in Nebraska, was released from Stephen F. Austin University Press in November. Cat is a poetry editor with The Good Life Review. She is a Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net nominee and has been published in numerous literary magazines including recently in Rise Up Review, SWWIM Every Day, Coffin Bell Journal, and Potomac Review.
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