Taxidermy, resorts, gift shops,
restaurants, Minoqua
fills with families and

fishermen. In fall, the town’s
like a party with a few
guests left till hunting season.

February fishermen cut holes
in ice. April’s warmer
winds ruffle a wildflower

blanket, streets runny
with the thawing blood
of winter’s corpse.

Published by

Kenneth Pobo

Kenneth Pobo has six full-length collections of poetry and, including Ice And Gaywings, twenty chapbooks. His latest book, from Blue Light Press, is called Bend Of Quiet, and Booking Rooms in the Kuiper Belt is forthcoming from Urban Farmhouse Press. Ken began writing at age fifteen. He teaches creative writing and English at Widener University in Chester, Pennsylvania. He and his partner and two cats enjoy gardening, music, and the Wisconsin Northwoods. Catch Ken’s radio show, Obscure Oldies, on Saturdays from 6:00-8:30 pm EST at WDNR 89.5 FM.