Twelve Years Old and Other Poems

By Rayne Lacko Twelve Years Old The rain falls outside. A rainbow of possibility punctuates the length of Twelve’s windowsill (poised for action): Sorbet-colored ponies with magic-infused birthmarks and long curling hair, a croaking wooden frog, a blue-grey shark with an epileptic motion-activated light in its belly, a hand-painted ceramic turtle, plastic robots presumably programmed … Continue reading Twelve Years Old and Other Poems