A more lyrical poem than I typically write was published in the September 2016 issue of Wordgathering.
Wordgathering is a journal of disability poetry and literature. It publishes amazing work from disabled writers — and I’m proud and humbled to be included in this issue.
The poem describes being stung by a bee — but even worse than that, stepping on a buried bee’s nest and getting multiple stings. And trying to run away with shorter legs “like a caterpillar.”
The journal publishes audio of poems, so you can also listen to it that way.