Kegan McFadden

FOUR POEMS

 

somewhere between
5 & 25, i began to see
umbrellas totally differently

 

*

 

so often i
wanted to taunt
you with my ill-
equipped hips

 

*

 

the way you    r teeth
come       together

 

*

 

an ode written
to myself — stale beer
piss on fresh snow
i need the fundamentals

to know what you look like
@ last call & noon
frozen or thawed
wet & dry

 


 

An artist, curator, and writer, Kegan McFadden lives in Winnipeg. His projects for galleries and publications, with a focus on experimental research, melancholy, and artist publishing, have been shown nationally and internationally. Kegan’s poetry has appeared in Geist, CV2, and Poetry Is Dead, among other publications.

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