Poem: After Removing Your Life Support

After Removing Your Life Support


Yesterday, a Target bag
swirled among the leaves
across the hospital
parking lot.

Today, it hangs
on a curb, crushed
by overnight rain.

First published in Boston Literary Review

Published by Brendan McEntee

Poet and critic living in New York near Long Island Sound.

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