Perdita ignores traffic on the steps of the National Gallery, lamenting a brain that’s for the birds. She marks time with labored creases, origami swelling at her feet.
Her memories grow thin, likes the spines of paper sparrows, but she will come here daily, until she forgets how to fold.
Susannah earned an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Queens University of Charlotte. Her flash fiction and poetry have appeared in Apocrypha and Abstractions, The Story Shack, and Eskimo Pie. Her artwork and photography have appeared in Gravel, The Tishman Review, and Oxford Magazine.