Contributions by Linwood Rumney

Issue 17 | Summer 2015

Leave Me, My Daughter

By | Poetry

“Flies don’t enter a closed mouth” —a saying, translated by Gloria Anzaldúa My wife Mary and I are making tortillas. She taught herself and wants to teach me. I work dough with the rolling pin, searching for the right balance of force and repetition. The two Spanish words Mary heard from her mother: dejáme and …