Brad Kent

I call my mother early if
not often, to avoid the risk
of bumping up against
sunset when her first drink
is poured, a very reasonable
Pinot Noir. This is the hour

when Brad Kent who comes
to fix the things that break
becomes a little Mexican.
She wonders how he got
that name & if I think it’s
weird that he’s her friend.

Hilary Sideris has recently published poems in The American Journal of Poetry, Bellevue Literary Review, Free State Review, Gravel, The Lake, Main Street Rag, Rhino, Salamander, and Southern Poetry Review. She is the author of Most Likely to Die (Poets Wear Prada 2014), The Inclination to Make Waves (Big Wonderful 2016), Un Amore Veloce (Kelsay 2019) and The Silent B (Dos Madres 2019).

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