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Ken White

Ken White

Ken White's work has recently appeared in Dunes Review, DMQ Review, Green Hills Literary Lantern, and Main Street Rag. He has an MFA from Antioch University and works in a variety of fields, including photography.  

My Mother's Ghost


This is the house where my mother died.    
These are her black frying pans.  
These the magnets she placed on the refrigerator.  
One magnet says Stay Calm.  
Last night, her ghost visited me as I pushed egg shells into the sink.  
She showed me how to make sushi. She stayed ten minutes, in all.  
I shut the windows in the house, then ran the disposal.  
Her favorite song played and I broke into a dance.

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