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Seascape

Sarah Lao is a sophomore at the Westminster Schools in Atlanta, Georgia. She currently serves as a first reader at Polyphony Lit and as an editor for Evolutions Magazine.

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In/Retrograde

Say it is night, and outside, there is a man lying dead under the streetlamp. Skin-tight jaundice stretched over tissue/socket/bone like the dried pulp of papier-mâché, there’s hyacinth blooming from skull—an expired milk carton evaporating to salt—a flock of geese … Continue reading

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