From Issue 16: Giving Birth at the End of the World

Meghan Joyce Tozer
The most mundane of all things
was the birthing of new small things like ourselves.
Before the fall, things like this happened every day.
The world did not need new things
to unravel and undo things even further.
Yet we grew things in our bodies anyway.
We knew what we were doing.
There is nothing more to say.
Meghan Joyce Tozer is a film music scholar, editor, and activist in the San Francisco bay area. She holds degrees in English and Music from Harvard University (B.A.) and the University of California, Santa Barbara (Ph.D. and M.M.) and is currently an independent Research Scholar of the Ronin Institute.