Today’s prompt is inspired by Grass, 1967 by Victoria Chang, which can be found here:
This poem is in conversation with this piece from Agnes Martin:
Find a selfie in your phone. Consider what is easily viewable in the photograph. Consider what is obscured or hidden. Write a poem that describes the scene beyond the frame of the photo, either expanding the moment or to the room, or describing the interior experience when the selfie was taken. What can the viewers not see?