Sean Lyon


Flour floats to rest
on the pizza shop owner’s
black orthopedic
boots as he catches spinning dough
with all the gravitas
of receiving
his dead mother’s
fine wedding china
falling from the sky in busted
parachutes, plate after
plate after plate.

Sean Lyon is a native Texan living in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn. He has stories published online at Bridge Eight and Cleaver Magazine, as well as poems in print and online at  Literary Orphans, The Main Street Rag, Washington Square Review, and One Sentence Poems.