Making Room

Poetry

It would be easy
to make space
for you in my heart.
Because,
as you can see,
I already have a spare bedroom.

I must apologize
for its clutter and mess, it hasn’t been used in
some time
but it could use a boarder like you.

Just give me time
to clean,
to remove the cobwebs
and the memorabilia of bygone residents.

I will warn you,
there are holes in the walls
I’ve never been able to fix.

Maybe you’ll have better luck than I

About the Author
Taylor Greene is a recent graduate of the University of Kentucky, and a lifelong resident of the commonwealth. When not working at various bars he can be found DJing on WRFL Lexington, volunteering with the Daniel Boone National Forest archaeologist, or writing poetry over a glass of bourbon.