By Josh Dale
Everyone had an issue when
the Berlin Wall went up
boring down into the fragile earth
down the line.
Here in PA, the frost ceases
around 3’-0” below grade
halfway to death is pretty much
a human once they are birthed
now if only to keep us breathing.
Josh Dale is a Temple University alum, bicyclist, beer enthusiast, and owner of the sweetest Bengal cat. His work has appeared in 48th Street Press, Huffington Post, Page & Spine, vox poetica, and others. He’s the founder and editor-in-chief of Thirty West Publishing House with two chapbooks and a poetry collection, Duality Lies Beneath (Thirty West 2016)