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Mona Mehas

Mona Mehas (she/her) writes about growing up poor, accumulating grief, and the climate from the perspective of a retired, disabled teacher in Indiana. Her work has appeared in over fifty journals, anthologies, and online museums. Mona's chapbook, 'Questions I Didn't Know I'd Asked,' is available from LJMcD Communications, with another forthcoming in July 2024. She is a Trekkie and enjoys watching Star Trek shows and movies in chronological order.


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Our Love

We were two ships passing in the night

giant waves tore us asunder

our passion sank as ships do

our ribs crushed, frames hollow

leaving empty hulls

our love, once strong




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