A Day Laborer Dreams Away His Drive Home
by Ian Hall

I want to read the love lines in your blackwatch plaid and kiss the cracks in your hard hat like a snake tongues the hatchlings in their coop—an old swing set dressed in rust and guy-wire. No I don’t care a bit to change tonight’s half-baked channel cat to tenderloin or a toothsome chop just … Continue reading A Day Laborer Dreams Away His Drive Home
by Ian Hall

Ian Hall

Ian T. Hall was born and reared in Eastern Kentucky. He has an MFA in poetry from the University of Tennessee, where he served as assistant poetry editor for Grist: a Journal of the Literary Arts. He has published poetry and fiction in Narrative, Kentucky Monthly Magazine, The Louisville Review, Broad River Review, Heartwood, and … Continue reading Ian Hall

CPR Volume 21-3

October, 2019 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Marjorie Saiser, Advice to Self, Again M. Hlavka, The Island I Believed I Would Not Return to, and Wished to Find Again Shannon Castleton, He Asks Why I Can’t Get My Mind around Happiness Emma DePanise, Bittersweet Clam, … Continue reading CPR Volume 21-3