Passenger’s Side

Passenger’s Side

Passenger’s Side 1920 1279 Amanda N. Butler
Kentucky roadshoulder, blurred –  
where cave rocks are sold beside knives, 
a pair of signs –  
at fifty miles per hour, 
too fast for me to read –  
roadside evangelism implied. 
Indiana farmland, blurred –  
speared with pores of wind farms –  
tells me 
black lettering on white backing –  
but I don’t need a billboard 
to tell me that. 


Amanda N. Butler

Amanda N. Butler has loved writing ever since she learned that sentences could be split to form poems. Amanda writes fiction and poetry. Born in Connecticut and raised in Massachusetts, she now resides in Florida. Amanda holds a BA in Professional Writing and is currently working toward her MBA. Her first chapbook, Tableau Vivant, was released by Dancing Girl Press. Her poetry has also been published in Sandhill Review and A Celebration of Young Poets.

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  • Love it! I don’t need a billboard to tell me either, but some do. You’d think the marvel of creation itself would tell them.

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