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Implication | Yvette A. Schnoeker-Shorb

He is a kind man

who doesn’t wear

the stereotypical white

coat, though he still

takes notes, observing

her as she speaks.

A polite fellow

with a narrow tie

and broad smile,

he suggests

she might be

obsessive

compulsive,

but he never

uses those

words,

simply says

she seems

to like

everything

perfectly

in its place

all the time.

 

Yvette A. Schnoeker-Shorb is the author of the chapbook, Shapes That Stay (Kelsay Books, 2021). Her poetry has appeared in in the New York Quarterly, Earth’s Daughters, The Chestnut Review, The Midwest Quarterly, About Place Journal, Clockhouse, AJN: The American Journal of Nursing, Slipstream Magazine, Plainsongs, and elsewhere. She holds an interdisciplinary MA and has served in various capacities as an educator, a researcher, and an editor.

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