- POETRY -

CHARITY VAUNTETH

Aaron LoPatin

ISSUE TWELVE | SPRING 2019

     when I was a child I spoke

like one                    the quiet

places were my favorite     the

echo of a canyon

                     extending ochre

 

there’s not much to it

                          we laughed a

                          lot       it was

 

the day the skies fell

we were brook trout babbling

 

come & see me in my

darkened hour                     I

                  will dance for you

Aaron Lopatin is a poet from Michigan. He currently is an MFA candidate at Boise State in Boise, Idaho.

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