Potato Bugs For Breanna On an electric box outside your house, I told you potato bugs were tragically beautiful. You mentioned wasps: how an arrow sits on their striped abdomens, nature’s untouched codex. There the poem started in your mouth— a root canal to birth words. Through circumstantial calculus a beehive began to produce our honey. Every good tree bears … [Read more...]
About Dani Putney
Dani Putney is a queer, non-binary, Asian American poet exploring the West. Their poetry most recently appears or is forthcoming in The Chaffin Journal, Juke Joint Magazine, and trampset, among other publications. Presently, they're infiltrating a small conservative town in the middle of the Nevada desert.