“On the day the world ends / A bee circles a clover, / A fisherman mends a glimmering net.”
—Czeslaw Milosz, “A Song on the End of the World”
Patrick Kindig is currently finishing his PhD in American literature at Indiana University. He is the author of the micro-chapbook Dry Spell, and his poems have recently appeared in Willow Springs, Meridian, Third Coast, Muzzle, and other literary journals.
On this edition of The Poets Weave, Patrick reads “At the Farmers’ Market,” “Some Say the World,” “Accident,” and “Poem in Which the World Does Not End, But…”