by Treehouse Editors
She wore her antlers to bed
and raked them against the headboard.
Bloody strips of velvet
coiled on the pillows and sheets.
What did I know of her hunger
to change, or mine? So much is better
left to the dark. The sounds she made.
The things she did.
Darren Higgins is a writer, editor, and artist living in Waterbury Center, Vermont. A graduate of the Vermont College of Fine Arts, Darren has contributed essays, interviews, and commentaries to Numero Cinq, Jacket2, and Vermont Public Radio. His poems and stories have appeared in The Iowa Review, La Fovea, Quick Fiction, RAZED, Cosmonauts Avenue, and elsewhere.