A failed relationship is presaged by an invasion of bluebottle flies:
“Something died somewhere.”
The poem is printed on a paper scroll mounted on wood dowels in a wooden frame. The dowels turn to allow text to be read. Ribbon-tie closure. Encased in hardcover paper-covered boards with paper title label.
Previously unpublished poem by Anne Okon
University of Colorado, University of Idaho, Savannah College of Art and Design, private collections