There’s a sort of silence, call it cancer. Call it rabbit pelts, bellies stuck with olive switches. There’s a soft-spot, just behind the ear. Hatchet that birthmark and you can swallow someone whole. Us sons have bits of daddy-skull for adam’s apples. Some say the gravesite has my eyes, that I come from a family […]
Caleb Kaiser is a 19-year-old writer from the Southeast currently living in Chicago. Most recently, his work has appeared in Diagram, PANK, and A-Minor Magazine. He is a staff member of Able Projects and the Adroit Journal. He has a thing for storms.