By Savannah Grant

I drive silently thinking
about what I have lost,

driving an old man slowly
along bumpy roads

and it is such a lovely
summer evening

I am the same as
the mist and

after that night
I am one of those dead.


Savannah Grant is a rising senior and an English major at Smith College. She has been writing poetry and stories of various lengths for a long time and also works with all kinds of visual art. She has been published in a few online journals and hopes to publish a lot more someday. Savannah currently works at the St. Sebastian Review as assistant editor. She prefers rainy days to excessively sunny ones and cats are her favorite, along with bow ties and decaf tea.

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