Small Poem for
Waking in Winter
by Hayden Saunier

When he rises first, steps downstairs softly in darkness to stir up the fire, start coffee, and the dog, who’s slept heavy as my dead across the end of the bed, rises and follows, when both cats uncoil from their corners, rev their small engines to follow the dog and the man because being cats … Continue reading Small Poem for
Waking in Winter
by Hayden Saunier

Hayden Saunier

Hayden Saunier is the author of three poetry collections, Tips for Domestic Travel, Say Luck, which won the 2013 Gell Poetry Prize, and Field Trip to the Underworld, winner of the Keystone Chapbook Award. Her work has been awarded the Pablo Neruda Award, the Rattle Poetry Prize and the Robert Fraser Award. She lives on … Continue reading Hayden Saunier