Deanne Lundin has been published most recently in Antioch Review, The Colorado Review, and The Kenyon Review.
Elsewhere, the days remove layers of doubt The way new stars confirm our suspicion That birth is what happens when we are out Looking for answers. Light from the Pleistocene Era illumines your eye in its tight fit At the telescope. Briny little puffs Of air from the shore leave your mouth As stray marks […]
i.mirror oh it was cold in the age of reason everyone slick as ice or as rigid and rage knifed thin along blinding mirrors honey a diet coke she said naturally people were bitchy dwarves dressed up like waves beached on sand too rich for the heart oh dear christ not the peach satin too […]