Writings by: D.A. Grey

This author has written 4 pieces

Cave Country

Consider the sinkhole formation, the sudden black dot emerging from green pasture, growing, eating, swallowing. Cool air spills from below, bends the scorched grass. Consider the properties of this formation – the presence of dark, the absence of light, moist ground beneath the dry surface – a lost trust that…


There’s nothing in this warm, vegetal dusk That is not beautiful or that will last.       — Joe Bolton, “Tropical Courtyard” At the end of Main Street, the sun pulls the road downward a little lower each day, before disappearing in green.