by Gail Mazur
I go into our bedroom closet
with its one blue work shirt, the cuffs
frayed, the paint stains a loopy non-
narrative of color, of spirit.
Now that you are bodiless
and my body’s no longer the body you knew,
it’s good to be reminded every morning
of the great mess, the brio of art-making.
On the floor, the splattered clogs
you called your “Pollock shoes.”
Last updated April 10, 2023