Sorry by Helen McKinney
she said she was sorry like she had a choice.
the universe smashes her fists into fate
twists the knife
our knuckles as white as your alabaster skin
in a cold and airless room.
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Helen McKinney grew up in Manchester before travelling to Indonesia and eventually finding her way to Carpi, Italy, in 2007. She has recently rediscovered her passion for poetry and has been published in the Trouvaille Review. You can find her on Instagram @ellie_pages.