Imagine the Chair by Kit Kennedy
Go to the border of what you remember. Trace your fingers along the small arc of shadow where dark cranberry curves on the seat of imaginary green. Remember if you negate the chair, you wipe away the person sitting there.
Kit Kennedy serves as poet-in residence of San Francisco Bay Times. She has published 5 collections of poetry including Eating Oysters published by CLWN WR BKS, Brooklyn. She lives in Northern California.