Game Enjambment is a reoccurring poetry series on games and gaming.
your temper, like Lava Reef Zone Act 1
my heated response
our words of ruthless rock, tyrant lava
I hold my breath for our cooldown to Act 2
magma singing the blues
and indigos and aquas
frozen flowstone and drapery
iced tower cones and cave pearls
not too frozen frostworks
distant perspective of endless cavern
which wouldn’t be quite so beautiful
without a few fire geysers
hissing from the ice
Katherine Quevedo was born and raised just outside of Portland, Oregon, where she lives with her husband and two sons. Her poetry has appeared in NonBinary Review, Songs of Eretz, Honeyguide Literary Magazine, and elsewhere, and she received an honorable mention in the Helen Schaible International Sonnet Contest. Her speculative fiction has appeared in various anthologies and magazines. When she isn’t writing, she enjoys playing old-school video games, watching movies, singing, belly dancing, and making spreadsheets. Find her at www.katherinequevedo.com.