Corvids sport in gray skies over Doug firs,
thin snow, and glaze on marsh ponds
at the margins where geese dip their bills
beneath starling ribbons that
pass from field stubble to developments
half built or on hold.
Purshia Adams is a native of Idaho, where she currently resides. Her poetry has been published in such journals as Phoebe, Grasslimb, and Riprap. Her work will also be included in upcoming issues of Vilas Avenue and Quill & Spark. More information about her is available at www.tridentatapress.com.
John Hardesty is a 35 year professional driver, amateur photographer, wheeler dealer and part time petunia grower. He's been married to Audra for 14 years and lives in Rapid City, South Dakota. He also makes a pretty good sandwich.