The Hair Exhibit at Auschwitz That Doesn’t Allow Photographs by Rhonda Melanson

Poet: Rhonda Melanson Poem title: The Hair Exhibit at Auschwitz That Doesn't Allow Photographs Poem: These shafts dead piled behind glass straight, wavy blackish, brownish wheat coloured scarecrow braid This silky earth sticks to surface of ballooning outrage shuttered recollections of follicles, the ones scissored from becoming. End of poem. Credits: Copyright © Rhonda Melanson Previously published in Beliveau Review (Fall, 2020) and Uproar Literary Blog (November, 2020). Rhonda Melanson is a teacher and poet who lives in Sarnia, Ontario.