My father sits in the Midway airport waiting for a friend to cross the arrivals bridge. A small man in a crowd in an airport, sitting on a bench in a row of small men waiting. The bridge is flanked by long black escalators carrying overcoated people to the ticket line, dark square bags in … Continue reading Waiting, by Rachael Lyon
Rachael Lyon teaches English at Penn State Altoona. Her poems have recently appeared in The Hopkins Review, Blue Earth Review, Zone 3, Whistling Shade, and Sakura Review.
Cider Press Review, Volume 12 (2011)