This Is A Memoir That Faces How Every Love Story Reflects The One Before It Like Waves, People Crash Into Each Other Before Pulling Back I Have Always Known This Kind Of Breaking First, My Father Left My Mother And, In The Same Way, Someone Left Me I Have Felt This Flux Endlessly A Shattering A Sameness Then, Loving You Changed Everything.WE DIED IN WATER Is Nonlinear And Poetic, Insisting That The Act Of Recollection Puts One S Heart In A Prism, A Place Of Distortion And Vivid Beauty As It Ebbs And Deepens As The Ocean Does, A Kaleidoscope Of Memories Shift To Express The Same Losses From Infinite Positions, Every One Different And Newly Devastating A Breathtaking Reverie On The Chaos Of Symmetry, It Becomes Something To Return To Again And Again.
Meg Flores received a Bachelor of Arts in English with an emphasis in creative writing from California State University, Northridge where she was awarded the Lesley Johnstone Memorial Award two consecutive years She writes on the poetry of experience with lyrical, shimmering prose influenced by Lana Del Rey and Maggie Nelson s Bluets Her first book, WE DIED IN WATER, sees the life in being lef
- 164 pages
- We Died in Water
- Meg Flores
- 14 September 2017 Meg Flores