HOW TO FLY WITHOUT DANGERS OF CRASHING

Elizabeth Hoover

In a moment, my moment come

with me walk on

sand,

stars, sky water, skate rinks and

sugar roads,

 

my god, I can

feel us:

 

watching it, being it, breathing it

 

like tumbling inside the wander

of two eyes composedly closed

traveling a forgotten coast

and who ever declared

we required poison for dreaming:

they lied.

Elizabeth Hoover is a graduate student in California at San Francisco State University, pursing a Master's in English with a Creative Writing emphasis in poetry. She strives to write poems that uplift the heart by incorporating tones of strength, inspiration, and hope in them. When she is not working or in class, you will most likely find her hiking, writing, cooking dinner for herself and/or friends.