Robin Wright – 1 poem

Little Girl Looking Through a Peephole


She grabs the chair

with the caned seat,

scoots it to the door,

climbs up, presses

her face against wood,

stares into the hallway

outside this room

at New Harmony Inn.

The room is small.

But the world beyond,

one with cats and cars,

milkshakes and money.

One she only glimpses

through that small hole.




Robin Wright lives in Southern Indiana. Her work has appeared in Muddy River Poetry Review, Indiana Voice JournalStreet Light Press,Eunoia ReviewUnbroken Journal,(b)OINK zine, Foliate Oak Literary MagazinePeacock JournalUnbroken Journal(b)OINK zine, Rat’s Ass Review,and othersTwo of her poems were published in the University of Southern Indiana’s 50th anniversary anthology,Time Present, Time Past. She has also co-written two novels with Maryanne Burkhard under the name B. W. Wrighthard, Ghost Orchid and A Needle and a Haystack.


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