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  • Feasting
  • Katelyn Joy Wilkinson (bio)

Bryce Canyon, August 2019

Stars have a habit of pushing things / away I read in an article that the Milky Way is a thief taking one breath and then another keeping / it all I think she likes this version of herself / stretched wide over this canyon where I stand at the bottom staring into her / I have never seen her / like this before / honeycombed in limestone / siltstone dolomite if I could tear them down / to make the sky bigger/ give her more / room to fill / would it end her expanding / the exhaling pitch / the dark with always more to swallow when I need / a reason to be hungrier [End Page 25]

Katelyn Joy Wilkinson

A Kentuckiana native, Katelyn Joy Wilkinson holds an MFA in Poetry from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. She teaches creative writing at the College of Southern Nevada. Her work is published or forthcoming in Reed Magazine, 45th Parallel, 580 Split, and Passages North, among others.



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