Poetry 2013 / Volume 44

At the Bar Full of Rotting Animals — Darien Cavanaugh

The sock-eye, the painted deer, the Sisyphian dung beetle come here to die while still fat and horny, sucking up the wheat and the mold, the yesterday and the story of the giant beaver that gazed across a thin river but wouldn’t swim, so it sat there bone dry and wasted until everyone laughed and … Continue reading