William Palmer’s poetry has appeared recently in Cold Mountain Review, J Journal, One Art, On the Seawall, and Poetry East. He has published two chapbooks: A String of Blue Lights, and Humble. A retired professor of English at Alma College, he lives in Traverse City, Michigan.
Scrolls down. Two young women take off their clothes but keep on their stilettos. They kiss but don’t mean it. He can tell. He sees the curve of red scars under one girl’s breasts. They take turns bobbing between each other’s legs. He doesn’t know why he watches. God, he and Betty used to swell […]