Chiseling limbs in the wind, laughing. Willow, willow. I get married there, amongst the prime rib and dahlias. But even as I don the white dress and honeysuckle down the aisle, you are inside of me, singing of ancestors. I’m counting up your bones, you start, before dropping all the dishes. Bride white bones. The […]
Gillian VIk has been published in several print publications, including Tuna Gas Review and Image Magazine. She is a psychotherapist and teacher in Seattle, who has been reading and writing poetry for many years.