Say you’re walking on a beach,
by David Eye

and it’s twilight, the brilliant day having begun its fade to indigo. The water is passive, expectant, more lake than sea. Suppose there’s a small boat a few feet offshore, and it slides onto the sand. You approach, and place your hands on its weathered prow, wood thickened with layers of paint, dark green and … Continue reading Say you’re walking on a beach,
by David Eye

David Eye

David Eye’s chapbook, Rain Leaping Up When a Cab Goes Past, is forthcoming from Seven Kitchens Press. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Louisville Review, Puerto del Sol, Stone Canoe, Consequence Magazine (finalist, 2010 Consequence Prize for Poetry), and others. David earned a midlife MFA from Syracuse University in 2008, and served as Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Manhattan College from 2010-2013. He lives in … Continue reading David Eye