Aunt Judy Bath by Iva Moore

“I used to dare crawdads with dandelion stems. I used to layback naked, flaking in the tub and ask scrub me scrub me scrub me.”

Aunt Judy Bath

Aunt Judy Bath by Iva Moore


Iva Moore is a Kentuckian, poet, and student at the University of Louisville. She received the Flo Gault Prize for Undergraduate Poetry from Sarabande Books and her poems can be found in The White Squirrel, Riverbend Review, and upcoming in Juked.

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