Two Poems

Julie Bloss Kelsey



late to work

the transporter



I lose my head




learning to walk

among the natives

. . . my prosthetic tail





JULIE BLOSS KELSEY loves short-form poetry, iced decaf lattes, and the Oxford comma. Her poetry has appeared in Scifaikuest, Frogpond, Eye to the Telescope, Seven by Twenty, and The Heron’s Nest, among others. One of her scifaiku poems won the 2011 Dwarf Stars Award given by the Science Fiction Poetry Association. Julie lives in suburban Maryland with her husband, three kids, one dog, and three fish. Find her on Twitter (@MamaJoules).