I wrote this and don’t really know what to do with it. It’s a love poem, of course.
This piece was published in 2013 in Burningword Literary Journal. I have it linked on my Poetry page, but it looks like you need an account on that website to see this now. So, here you go! On the commute homethe clouds form a tableatop four grain silos,each grand, different. It reminds me of you.Continue reading “Poem: Farmland”
Something new I’ve been noodling about how I deal with trauma.
Here is one of the poems I read at a recent open mic.
I wrote this poem a few months ago and I don’t know what to do with it. So I will leave it here for now. I HAVEN’T SLEPT IN DAYS It is the kind of winter where hands bleed from proximity to the radiator, positioned at ten and two as the midnight drive persists. ItContinue reading “Poem: I Haven’t Slept in Days”
One day, a bird flew inside my rib cage.It thumped and jumped and whirreduntil I knew it was dead.And the sad, sweet sorrow sang inside my stomachuntil all I could feel was the breezebeneath my heart where my rib cage used to be.