Times You Taught Me about Violence

Poetry

 

The time we drank too much whiskey and you dropped / your fishing rod in the river / and you went stone silent for the rest of the night

Poetry & Collage by Amanda Hadlock

Amanda Hadlock is a Graduate Assistant at Missouri State University, where she teaches introductory creative writing and composition classes alongside working with the Office of Assessment. You can find more of her collage work online at Hobart. She also has fiction published online at Wigleaf and nonfiction published in the most recent issues of Moon City Review and the Lindenwood Review.

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