Christopher Warner

Christopher Warner works as a brakeman for Union Pacific Railroad and lives in central Illinois with his wife, three small boys, and a Vizsla named Josie Rooster. His poems appear (or will soon) in Copper Nickel, Salamander, Spoon River Poetry Review, RHINO Poetry, The Normal School, Drunken Boat and elsewhere.


Belief by Christopher Warner

    I admit a bewilderment. The Lord confuses me, makes me think there‚Äôs no tree for my life, only light and leaves, abandoned nests. The rootless sadness before the acceptance. I still look for a kingdom of unlikely coins, but the bodies of my gods long ago took flight. […]