Miss American Pie.

Don’t whisper.

White heat.

Excuse me while I break this chair.


The levee is extremely dry.

The trees will burn.


Sparks crisping against grey skies.

Snow melting around my feet.

Fusion of wires. Meltdown.


— Rose Mary Boehm


A German-born UK national, Rose Mary Boehm lives and works in Lima, Peru. Author of two novels and a poetry collection, her latest poems have appeared – or are forthcoming – in US poetry reviews. Toe Good Poetry, Poetry Breakfast, Morgen Bailey, Burning Word, Muddy River Review, Pale Horse Review, Pirene’s Fountain, Other Rooms, Requiem Magazine, Full of Crow, Poetry Quarterly, Punchnel’s, Avatar, Verse Wisconsin, Naugatuck River Review, Boston Literary, Ann Arbor etc.

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