Poem by Caleb Coy

New poem up at Oddball Magazine!
“The Integrity of Objects”

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The Integrity of Objects

The integrity of objects
As in Golden Gate Bridge
As in a bicycle well being
Whole while ridden upon

So to move as intended
as in complete, moving
or still to withstand as
intended, undiminished,

A bowl on a table, a ball
in the air, all things with
atoms shaking, all things
as only one thing at all.

I inspect, if I am a whole
being out of integrity with
myself, a part diminished,
if the answer I withstand.

 

Caleb Coy lives in Christiansburg, VA with his wife and two sons. He has a Masters in English from Virginia Tech. His work has appeared in The Common, Streetlight, and Contemporary American Voices.

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