by David Mohan
That year I travelled everywhere,
cut up postcards, Rockies
beside Mount Fuji, Iguazu
tumbling into the lock of Rome.
I wanted blurs between time zones,
the rush of days falling outside
the map’s tailspin.
Bio—David Mohan is based in Dublin, and received a PhD in English literature from Trinity College. He came second in the Sean O’Faolain International Short Story Award and won the Hennessy New Irish Writer Award. He has been published in numerous journals including Flash International magazine and The Chattahoochee Review.