by Traci Brimhall
They think itâ€™s an earthquake,
and settle of the building,
but then tourists,
listening to a tiny waltz
from crackling speakers, lean
over railings and observe flames
and ash moving in three-four time,
and see wind moving
through the fluttering bomber jacket,
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"Falling" is roughly 250 words.
Traci Brimhall lives in New York City. Her work has been a finalist for the Rita Dove Poetry Award and the Black Warrior Review Poetry Contest. Some of her poems have appeared in Harpur Palate, Kalliope, Slipstream, Poet Lore, and DMQ Review.