Oh, we, millions possess them: options.
The trash bin placed, then removed.
The credit card paid, utility bills, too.
The remote working quickly and well,
Placed correctly, and the TV screen fulls the game.
Yes, we could do more than the trash, bills,
remote and TV.
Melissa Stephenson’s new book exploits the bread and butter of memoir — parsing childhood experiences and complicated family dynamics — but also explores more experimental terrain.
by Mary Helen Specht