June 15, 2012 by The Citron Review
She’s dead but you can drive. You can still do that. Let the rain drive down in torrents. Let spears of lightening flash out of the soaking gray and stab your eyes and blind you.
She’s gone but you can drive. You can drive blind to kingdom come.
Steven Ostrowski is a poet and fiction writer. He has published two chapbooks (from Bright Hill Press and Finishing Line Press) and numerous stories and poems in literary journals and zines. He teaches in the English Department at Central Connecticut State University.