Aimée Keeble

 

 

 

North Dakota

O’ this sky of denim blue-
Like a cowboy’s thighs
And the river water wrinkled like old skin,
All alone sit I on the brown horse,
Remembering-
That fences can be kicked down
And soul isn’t made for staying

 

 

 

Aimée Keeble was born in London but raised in America. Once graduating from high school, she moved back to London to pursue a career as an actress. She has been writing short stories and poems since she was a child. Her work has been recently published by the Lighthouse journal,Forward Poetry, and ink, sweat and tears. Her greatest inspiration has been her great uncle Alexander Trocchi, a beat writer who produced a handful of novels and began a prose and poetry publication called Merlin. She hopes to follow in his footsteps and have a literary publication of her own one day.

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