A POEM by RACHEL UTNAGE

A POEM by RACHEL UTNAGE

Reservoir

And I’ll never dust under
The bed because
They say it’s mostly
Dead skin.
I couldn’t bear putting
You in a pan to
Throw you away
And create an end.


Rachel Utnage studies English Literature and Philosophy in the Valley of the Lillies, tucked away in North Carolina’s Appalachia county. She has an ardent interest in French Existentialist thought, and her favorite poet is Arthur Rimbaud. She enjoys spending time with her dog and sipping on ice cold Coca Cola.

THREE POEMS by GARY LUNDY

THREE POEMS by GARY LUNDY

THREE POEMS by ALYSSA CIAMP

THREE POEMS by ALYSSA CIAMP