The snow globe shaken so hard
trees and people float loose above
the tiny alpine village. An unappealing
afterlife, heaven in a knickknack,
although no one still stuck
seems to notice, each holding
the same pose they had before.
Kathy Davis lives in Richmond, Virginia, and works for a non-profit that helps students find the financial resources needed to attend college. Her work has appeared in 2Riverview, Blackbird, diode and Nashville Review. She is the author of the chapbook Holding for the Farrier.1