Sundowning

Poetry William Brewer

An empty all-white room with drapeless windows
as winter spills its math across the sills

where nothing suffers, that’s where
there’s nothing left to misremember

or forget. Here, it’s cold, no snow,
no birds settled on the cables, our daylight almost done,

almost. Smog from the steam engine  [...]

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Issue 22

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22

Winter 2015

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William Brewer was raised in West Virginia and now lives in Brooklyn. His work has been featured or is forthcoming in Denver Quarterly, BOMB, Bodega, and Phantom Limb.

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