Angela Hibbs is the author of two collections of poetry, Passport and Wanton. Her work has been translated into Russian and French. She holds an MA in creative writing from Concordia University. Her work appeared in the Poetry Is Public Is Poetry installation at the Toronto Reference Library. She was awarded the 2010 Joseph S. Stauffer Prize.
she unrecalled sunbaths
on her backyard rocks.
She thought of rope.
Or a man with arms like one.
The helicopter released a lawn chair.
The chair’s crisscross fabric created a multitude
of frames through which to view the falls.