"Even Broken Clocks are Right Twice a Day but My Clock Doesn't Seem to Exist"
It’s yesterday again,
and somehow today is tomorrow.
I try to count the hours but still it seems
every minute is the minute that came before.
Looking ahead feels like looking back. Time
doesn’t tick at all. It’s yesterday again.
Sara Watkins is an editor, author, and collector of tiny, fat dragons. She is also a Philadelphian and, arguably, a human. Her writing explores themes of disability and autonomy using wry surrealism and general weirdness to champion the idea that, despite our differences, we are not alone. Recent publications include work in Wordgathering: A Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature, MASKS Literary Magazine, and Blink Ink. Sara can be reached via www.sarawatkins.net or @saranadebooks.