a beautiful outlaw Bad press? Add ache. Deter meme-streak: assure them, we’re death-mask empaths—just breeze-captured ash, steered here. See a TV? Act mute. Erase a week? Act dazed. What address redresses mar: madam, dear, the best? Here’s a muse-blast: we’re cash at a web’s cashed ATM, ether […]
Kristi Maxwell is the author of six books of poems, including Bright and Hurtless (Ahsahta Press, 2018). Her recent work appears in Bennington Review, Black Warrior Review, and Boston Review. She is an assistant professor of English at the University of Louisville.
a beautiful outlaw Quoth Quorn: you roost, you rot, no nut, you, no worst wurst, no hog guts, snouts— stow your juju, your runt joy. Our story grows. Our stunt gown turns us to hon (not Huns). Soon, your sworn trust shows rust— won’t go on, just […]