& I never once asked for your name.
The fog hugs
the mountains across the bluff,
across the James,
October, birds rustling in bare
trees, oddly silent.
The walk to my car is lonely.
What I’m saying is even the city
knows you’re gone.
Andrew Hahn is the author of the poetry chapbook God’s Boy from Sibling Rivalry Press. His work can be found online in Barren Magazine, Aquifer: The Florida Review Online, Okay Donkey, and Ghost City Review among others. He lives in Richmond, Virginia.