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ZOFRAN - Hannah Miet

Updated: Aug 29, 2023

Why can’t I just Botox

til I’m creamy and smooth

like the baby I don’t remember being —

a soft thing that spits up

and cries out, then stops

crying, knowing nothing

of interminable descents —

Me, I know everything about staring

with last-dash hope

at a spot on the sea’s horizon:

temples fuzzy, dizzy

when I stand. Me, I’ve had enough

of the kind of swell you don’t

choose, the kind that feels like a mean

God gave it, dropped everyone on one ship’s

radio station, and me, in between

channels. The mad static

curdles the frequency

while every signal shakes the boat.


Hannah Miet is a writer living in Los Angeles. Her work has been published in PANK, the New York Times, Newsweek, the Rumpus, the Naugatuck River Review, and elsewhere. She received her B.A. in Creative Writing from Hunter College and her M.A. in Journalism from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.

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