You could have a big dipper   

January 1st by Miro



I cut

The pineapple I bought

Last week

With the sharpest

Dull knife

In the kitchen

Slicing through

Spiky lizard skin

To sweet yellow.


I put a slice in my mouth

Tasting traces

Of fruit turning

Tarnishing the decadence

And the work

Presenting perhaps

An omen

For things to come.

Based in NYC, Miro (she/her) is a feminist killjoy with a penchant for poetry. When she's not putting words to the page, Miro is either at an open mic, reading something or wasting an afternoon in a museum. She has a background in environmental sustainability, gender studies and theater. Find her on Instagram: @miroreadsbooks

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