Falling Waters Under the City Geocache

Nashville Public Square
parking garage waterfalls—
a Green Roof Award
for harvesting rain, hosting
picnics, concerts, second dates,
an oft-overlooked spot
where city planners preserved
underground water
currents, integrated park,
seep, Ford, Toyota, Volvo,
pigeon coos and stone
profiled time, wildcat sirens
plummeting from the

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Amy Wright is the nonfiction editor of Zone 3 Press, and the author of four chapbooks. Her work can also be found in Bellingham ReviewBrevity, Drunken Boat, Quarterly West, Southern Poetry Anthology (Volumes III and VI), and Tupelo Quarterly. She teaches at Austin Peay State University and resides in Tennessee, whose beautiful, defensible waterways help her current project, Creeks of the Upper South, written in collaboration with William Wright.

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