Hillary Kobernick is a part-time dreamer and full-time Master’s of Divinity student in Atlanta. She has made more cross-country moves than is healthy, and divides her time between home and places like home. Her work has appeared in literary magazines in the U.S. and Canada, including Borderline, The Write Room, Third Wednesday, Rhubarb, and Big Lucks.
Excerpt from "A Simple Obsession with Flying"
In this poem, Elijah’s flaming chariot
was made of tulips. Gravity does not
hurt so much and sorrow is a visit
to a retirement community in Florida.