Literary Mama writing about the many faces of motherhood
Boulevard Brewing Co.

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Great kettles, mottled and held fast,
bricked into the city block. It will cling
to me, the wort, the bundles
of grain in a net sack. I am trailing,
my fingertips to your fingertip, my stomach
a gentle ferris wheel of no, then--yes,
each brown bottle tipped empty,
a spin on the rig, that dazzle
in the sunlight. I watch what I cannot have,
conveyor pace, those fingertips long pressed
against glass, that frothy craving.





"Boulevard Brewing Co." has appeared in Hip Mama.



Molly Sutton Kiefer’s chapbook The Recent History of Middle Sand Lake won the 2010 Astounding Beauty Ruffian Press Poetry Award. Her work has appeared in Wicked Alice, Breakwater Review, Permafrost, and CutBank, among others. She currently lives in Minnesota with her husband and daughter, where she is at work on a manuscript on (in)fertility. More can be found at mollysutton.kiefer.com


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