Let Us Ride Bikes

by Sarah Gorban 


It seems most days are forgotten once had

Broken

Worn

thrown to recycle among gritty outlines

that seem the norm, for what can I do

except ride a bike through Suburbia

gripping handlebars with white knuckles

holding onto the sun within a palm

moon placed on the tongue, to touch

and feel the constants that comfort

among hazy blurry outlines, shaded

beyond the outlines, to call our days



Sarah Gorban is a recent college graduate with a focus in Neuroscience and is pursuing a pharmacy education in North Carolina. Her work has been previously published through Trinity University, Dissonance Magazine, and is forthcoming at Orange Blush Zine. Sarah presently resides in Pennsylvania, among the greenery and farm land. She can be found usually on adventure walks, making oatmeal bowls, and searching to experience moments more subjectively. She’s also an enthusiastic adventurer, passionate about health and wellness, and a poet in the making.  Varada J.M is a 9th-grader based in Kerala’s Koyilandi, studying at Rani Public School, Vadakara. After hurriedly doing homework, Varada divides her time between practicing classical dance and watching horror films. She loves dogs but nobody at home wants one.

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