Invisible Illness // Invisible Disability // Ode to the People Who Snap Judgment and Snap Pictures of Me Sitting in the Train Seats for Those Who Are Less Able

at some time
in some place
I read that the human mind
needs to see
or hear
something
anything
seven times
before really remembering the content

Appearance of ability is not indicative of ability.


Appearance of ability is not indicative of ability.


Appearance of ability is not indicative of ability.


Appearance of ability is not indicative of ability.


Appearance of ability is not indicative of ability.


Appearance of ability is not indicative of ability.


Appearance of ability is not indicative of ability.

Katie Aliferis is a Greek-American poet and lyricist from San Francisco, California. She has performed her work at Greek American Writers Nights, Quiet Lightning, the SFSU Center for Modern Greek Studies, VelRo's Global Voices: A Celebration of Translation and International Creative Writing, and other events. Her work has been featured in 9 Muses News, Φωνές (Voices), Windy City Greek, and other literary anthologies, journals, and websites. Find Katie online via Twitter (@Katie_Aliferis) and at KatieAliferis.com.

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