Poetry 2010 / Volume 41

Moonwalkers — Hailey Malone

Years of Greyhound buses on gravel road turned this village into moonscape, churned up the dust, painted everything a thick coat of gray, houses, trees, dogs, people, a grayscale triptych, life-size and monochrome. They shake their second skin off in the doorway or carry it inside, let it form a trail behind them, rinse it … Continue reading