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Emma Jahoda-Brown


It’s a Monday. Michigan, baseball.
Tommy Henry with his jersey around his neck. We only talked once about your love of all things Michigan. It was your brother’s
school but when allegiance lands
It can wear a groove
Like when my mind turns to you,
It grates at this one thing,
Is it the peach or the branch who came off with love
Or necessity, or both.
I wonder as I raise the fruit
To my lips. It’s 8pm. 3rd day of summer
Grief is looking
when there is nothing left to see

Emma Jahoda-Brown is a writer and photographer. She holds a BFA in photography from California Institute of the Arts and an MFA in poetry from Columbia University.Emma lives in New York City and Los Angeles.

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