I would like to sit with you at Velocity Bar once your shift is up, Veronica, once you have removed your name from your lapel and hung your Marriott blazer in the employees-only closet. We can laugh and forgive Indianapolis for snow in April. We can forgive tall girls blown in from coasts, their volleyball […]
Ben Gunsberg is a professor of English at Utah State University. His poetry appears or is forthcoming in CutBank, Chattahoochee Review, The South Carolina Review and other fine journals. His poetry manuscript, Cut Time, won the University of Michigan’s Hopwood Award for Poetry Writing. He lives in Logan, Utah.