after the downpour by Isabella Jia Dunsby

half a door, exposed. yellow
jackets and flashlights in daylight.
furry microphones and steller’s sea
eagles on police hats. water still 
bathing the cement in dead 
bodies; burst banks miles down
gand hands outstretched. bed 
frames beside logs of ceiling wood


About the Author

Isabella Jia Dunsby is a poet from Seoul, South Korea. She has been previously published in Apprentice Writer, Polyphony Lit, and Cathartic Youth Literary Magazine. She enjoys jazz music and taking walks with her dog, Lily.

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