Train Wreck, 1958
by Leroy N. Sorenson

My father stirs in the kitchen boiling coffee, crisping fried potatoes, night sleep a seldom companion. The sun a pale light through the windows. He’s headed east on a train, bib overalls, heavy black shoes. He readies a lunch pail for a white bread sandwich and a steel thermos for coffee. The train presses forward … Continue reading Train Wreck, 1958
by Leroy N. Sorenson

LeRoy N. Sorenson

LeRoy N. Sorenson was one of four poetry participants in the 2009—2010 Loft Mentor Series at the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis, MN, and a semi-finalist for the Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry. His poetry has appeared in Nimrod, Cold Mountain Review, Dr. T. J. Eckleburg Review, The Briar Cliff Review and other journals. He … Continue reading LeRoy N. Sorenson