Just an instant of unobstructed sunset grabs the surprise downfall by the shoulders, silvering rain with the dregs of day light before a cloud occludes the wound I am wound by, wound up and released from the kitchen just in time to catch a glimpse of this coincidence. A glimpse is all I get. The rain angles away from the sliding door I'm backed by, reflected in, though no one sees this. No one sees me out here in my ratty pajamas.
Cameron Morse is Senior Reviews editor at Harbor Review and the author of six collections of poetry. His first collection, Fall Risk, won Glass Lyre Press’s 2018 Best Book Award. His latest is Far Other (Woodley Press, 2020). He holds and MFA from the University of Kansas City—Missouri and lives in Independence, Missouri, with his wife Lili and two children. For more information, check out his Facebook page or website.
Guest Editor James Benger is the author of two fiction ebooks, and three chapbooks, two full-lengths, and coauthor of four split books of poetry. He is on the Board of Directors of The Writers Place and the Riverfront Readings Committee, and is the founder of the 365 Poems In 365 Days online workshop, and is Editor In Chief of the subsequent anthology series. He lives in Kansas City with his wife and children.