Mirthful Elm on the Edge of the Lawn, Perhaps Beside an Elated Basket of Laundry (Bob Ross)
by Catherine Moore

Once there was an undirected graph an arbiter between earth and sky a happy conflict between the line and none, the back and forth of push maybe in our world, a root swallowed, some atrocity coos beneath the buried lines of this water tap. Under the lean reserve. And in this portrait, layer after darker … Continue reading Mirthful Elm on the Edge of the Lawn, Perhaps Beside an Elated Basket of Laundry (Bob Ross)
by Catherine Moore

Catherine Moore

 Catherine Moore’s work has or will appear in Tahoma Literary Review, Southeast Review, Southampton Review, Blue Fifth Review, and in anthologies most recently by Pankhearst Press. She is the winner of the Southeast Review’s 2014 Gearhart poetry prize and has a chapbook “Story” published by Finishing Line Press. Catherine holds an MFA from the University of Tampa. She is tweetable @CatPoetic.