Kristopher William Locke is a poet and artist born, raised and situated in the Canadian prairies with experience in various mediums including radio, print, web and stage. Readers are invited to join him on the peaks and valleys that exist within, and despite, the flat prairie landscape of his homeland. The result is part of his shared collection of internal essays.
In The Between The rabbit stops. Just long enough for you to see a glassy marble eye I see a soul in there somewhere I see familiar in that hazel walnut stare A white kite or piece of plastic squirming to be unleashed from the grips of hands on trees It can be hard to decipher b’tween truce & surrender It can be hard to suffer b/w past & future On pause; in limbo caught somewhere in the between