Grown Up

by Debbie Feller

poem set on red and orange abstract painting on black paper

art by Claire Graustein
typography by JS Graustein

Debbie Feller has been a regular contributor to unFold since its inception. Her poem “Ebb and Flow” was the first WonderFold Selection on the Folded Word blog, written in response to the column’s monthly prompts.


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Grown Up

Child-like
yet no longer
a child, anger
grows.

© 2016, Debbie Feller

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Parked

by Debbie Feller

a drawing of people looking at the Picasso statue in Chicago

art by Megan Graustein
typography by JS Graustein

Debbie Feller has been a regular contributor to unFold since its inception. Her poem “Ebb and Flow” was the first WonderFold Selection on the Folded Word blog, written in response to the column’s monthly prompts.


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Parked

I was thankful for the hot wind
stirring through the Chicago crowd
carrying the weight of my
words.

Today I sit alone
a resting place for birds
casting shade at insects —
speechless.

© 2016, Debbie Feller

FIVE (5) Contest Honorable Mention

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As promised, bonus graphic art by JS & Megan Graustein of Judy Bertelsen’s Honorable Mention poem, Interval.

Many thanks to our Poetry Editor, Rose Auslander for running the contest. Heaps of additional thanks go to our judge, Gian Lombardo.