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Tag Archives: Sofia Catanzaro
For My Sister’s Visit Last Christmas
It perhaps begins with me: The solitary drip of childhood, the family of three, that is, myself, my mother, my father. The automatic thought that we were all there was. And then there was her, crowning from the womb of … Continue reading
Head, Last February
I touch and watch the body sink down, touch neck skin, watch her fold, sink down. Floor opens up and carpet swallows me, I touch and watch our body sink down. It’s performance art as we, quick, swallow, devouring, down, … Continue reading
Does this look like innocence?
I am microwaving Indian food for you, a favor among other favors I do when I feel guilty*. Washing your dishes. Taking your socks off. Holding the door. Venturing in the basement to sit under fluorescents on the vinyl couch … Continue reading
Posted in Poetry Tagged Sofia Catanzaro 1 Comment
HERE’S THE GUMS STUCK PURPLE, DYED FROM MOUTHFULS OF INDULGENT FROSTING STUFFED DOWN THE RIBBON OF WET THROAT UNTIL BURSTING, AND A CONDITIONER SCENT THAT TELEPORTS SIX MONTHS AGO, SUDDENLY SHOWERING IN SOMEONE ELSE’S HOME, THE MELON YELLOW, SALLOW BUZZING … Continue reading