Silk Noise

inside this wrist of noise   there comes
a road   it hangs itself   and all day it
sweats   like a stone   keeping itself
shallow for drinking

Devanshi Khetarpal is a junior at St. Joseph’s Convent School, Bhopal, India. She is the author of Welcome to Hilltop High (Indra, 2012) and Co:ma,to’se (Partridge, 2014). She is the Poetry Editor for Phosphene Literary Journal and the Editor-in-chief of Inklette. She is an attendee of the Iowa Young Writers’ Studio. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Textploit, Polyphony H.S., The Noisy Island, lipstickparty magazine and Spark, among others.

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