KYSO Flash
Knock-Your-Socks-Off Art and Literature
Issue 6: Fall 2016
Haibun: 70 words


by Harriot West

It’s his way of courting—to show up with bits from the past he thinks may impress, but what I find more compelling than his photographs of a young woman in various poses—shy, seductive, fierce, indifferent—are his hands, their prominent veins, ragged cuticles and callused fingertips, the way they linger just above her breasts, as if remembering.

an old love
her nakedness reduced
to planes and shadow

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