I was just – a poem by David Banach

David Banach teaches philosophy in New Hampshire, where he tends chickens, keeps bees, and looks for lessons in the sky. He has published poems most recently in Flora Fiction, Right Hand Pointing, the Liminal Review, Prometheus Dreaming, and the Poet’s Touchstone. He also does the Poetrycast podcast for Passengers Journal.

1 Comment

  1. Mary Alice Dixon says:

    This beautiful poem births a prayer. The shape is many-layered. Hope to see more of this brave poet’s work.

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