Volume 12 • Number 2 • Fall - Winter 2020

RC deWinter


the dogwood's blooming   the trees are green but the flagstone's cold on my bare feet almost freezing   it's been an atypical spring    everything written in the harsh hand of so it goes   get used to it pilgrim nothing's the same anymore    the landscape broken into a patchwork of safe and not    most of it not   so we wait for the scythe to be satisfied    wondering how we can fix this    if we can fix this without what has been been taken by the tide

RC deWinter’s poetry is widely anthologized, notably in New York City Haiku (New York Times, February 2017), Cowboys & Cocktails (Brick Street, April 2019), Nature In The Now (Tiny Seed Press, August 2019), Coffin Bell Two (March 2020), in print in 2River, Adelaide, Event, Genre Urban Arts, Gravitas, Kansas City Voices, Meat For Tea: The Valley Review, the minnesota review, Night Picnic Journal, Prairie Schooner, Southword, among others and appears in numerous online literary journals.