Working the Garden,
by Brian Simoneau

for Kate Today I’ve been remembering summer squash; strawberries ripening; cucumber vines wound through chicken wire the way life and its absence are threaded between lines of a poem; apples proving gravity’s gentle tug, the constant pull of an underworld shrouded in the aroma of loam, limbs lifting back into place, relieved of their cumbersome … Continue reading Working the Garden,
by Brian Simoneau

Brian Simoneau

Brian Simoneau’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Boulevard, Cave Wall, The Collagist, Crab Orchard Review, DIAGRAM, North American Review, Valparaiso Poetry Review, Waccamaw, and elsewhere. His work also appears in Two Weeks: A Digital Anthology of Contemporary Poetry. He lives in Boston with his wife and daughters.