Hard-forked, by Matthew Harrison

If things are looking a little blurry today –
Better hope that it’s your hangover,
Or something in your eye,
Or even (if you are older)
That cataract finally coming through,
And not a sign
That our simulated universe
Is breaking down
And that we’re all about to be
Hard-forked.


Matthew Harrison lives in Hong Kong, and whether because of that or some other reason entirely his writing has veered from to literary to science fiction and he is currently writing poetry.  He has published pieces in all of these genres.  Matthew is married with two children but no pets as there is no space for these in Hong Kong.

mharrison@netvigator.com

www.matthewharrison.hk

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Posted on December 21, 2016, in Issue 19: Speculative Poetry and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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