Over at THERMOS headquarters, we recently had the pleasure of soliciting work from Daniel Poppick.
Poppick lives in Iowa City, where he is in his second year at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. His poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in New American Writing, Colorado Review, and The Kenyon Review Online.
Place Your Something Eyes Inside
What little I’ve read continues to be lovely, The most memorizing Action sequences we've seen since Speed, said a man selling it with His friend in Manhattan, joke or apology for how you and I Dab our tears with cubicles To all that keeps on regardlessly haloing In green instead of light I’ll soap Our home to dust with, Given the chance, and it flowers out daily, the cat a schedule Diverted to practice Being like leaves in another instead, fixed Still in animal mechanisms, riotously delivered to permit the submission That you make me a stranger I can’t Populate with videos alone.