Inheritance and other poems by Elizabeth Cranford Garcia

Inheritance Age four maybe five she opens her mother’s jewelry box to star-fire dispersion, the strange mechanics of lobster claws, chain clasps bracelets broken-jawed, ropes of amber and jade, heavy fruit of gems, of grandmothers she never knew, bulky shanks of pewter, of silver pinked like the sky at dusk—all the ways light can beContinue reading “Inheritance and other poems by Elizabeth Cranford Garcia”