Pop Soda Fizz Carolyn Keogh Poetry

local_library Pop Soda Fizz

by Carolyn Keogh

Published in Issue No. 182 ~ July, 2012

drink the bottle dry,

carbonation floating like feather-wings.

flesh aches when it’s left,

throbs and pulses–

tingling like pop soda fizz.


act like an animal,

dangling in darkness on all fours.

meaning wanes when the lights shut off,

waffles and lingers–

floats in the darkness like fruit flies.

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Carolyn Keogh is a recent graduate of New York University and a lover of visual arts and the written word. Her poetry has been published in Side B Magazine and her art reviews in Zouch Magazine.