headlights reach, refract through dual panes of glass. the train siren sings, draws me home.
The train trails time, ebbs as I lie awake, staring at glowing stars stuck to the ceiling by the last tenant. Sounds call out and I’m out of nouns. It rends sky from Juniper. Disrupts quotidian life. a resplendent- ness leaves you staggering.
Sunday, June 24th, I will be hitting the road in my 22′ truck en route to the Texas Panhandle. Where is that, you ask? Well, I will be in a little town called Canyon which is about 12 miles south of Amarillo. I accepted a librarian position at West Texas A&M University. [hopefully] My new […]