Reagan Lothes lives in Jersey City with her husband and a small herd of strays. She is working on her dissertation at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and teaches at John Jay College. Another poem from what she’s calling her “she” series recently appeared in Linebreak.
It wasn’t sudden, the way one loses car keys or misplaces the oregano on the rack. It wasn’t there one day and then gone. She first noticed it loosening, a slight slackening around the mouth, as she sketched floor plans. She was young, then. When he left her, she felt her eyes go. Poring over […]