[GIN A JUNIPER SLICK] by Katherine Fallon • Cleaver Magazine
GIN A JUNIPER SLICK by Katherine Fallon Gin a juniper slick, drain-bound, spilled by the wrist that meant it this time. The glass-floor desert, the sugared rim, glister in cloud-gauze sunlight. To win, to be as cold and lasting as the snow. Sometimes me, sometimes winter. Katherine Fallon lives and writes in Philadelphia. She received an MFA in poetry from Sarah Lawrence and her work has recently appeared in Sink Review and Snake Nation Review. … chop! chop! read more!