In this multi-perspective historical science fiction piece, a grandmother and granddaughter communicate in order to understand how a civil war changed the world they once knew and kept them away from loved ones.
Lamia Rahman is an American writer and poet based in New York City. After high school, she plans to study English so she can write confidently for the masses. In her free time, she reads 800-page books and watches films that make her angry or elated. She then proceeds to talk about them endlessly to her family, friends and Twitter.
A series of poems offer a small window into a passionate and debilitating relationship, of which our narrator discloses the intricacies and afflictions of the love she endured.