Poems

“Ask Where I’ve Been” by Conference on Poetry Fellow Jamaal May

Let fingers roam
the busy angles
of my shoulders.
Ask why skin dries
in rime-white patches, cracks
like a puddle stepped on. Ask
about the scars that interrupt
blacktop, a keloid on my bicep:
this fogged window…

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