Sarah Dowling es autora de Security Posture, Birds & Bees, y DOWN, que está próximo a ser publicado por Coach House en 2014. Sarah enseña en el programa MFA en Escritura Creativa y Poética en la Universidad de Washington Bothell y es Editora Internacional en Jacket2.
Sarah Dowling is the author of Security Posture, Birds & Bees, and DOWN, which is forthcoming from Coach House in 2014. Sarah teaches in the MFA program in Creative Writing & Poetics at the University of Washington Bothell, and is International Editor at Jacket2.
Shine bright like a diamondShine bright likeThe risk, vulnerability and form, the risk of using hackneyed, diamond
in the beautiful sea how do you feel about being asked to beYou and I, you and I we’re like
all too clearThe vulnerability associated with possible lightWe’re bright like a diamond in risk, emotion, sentiment, earnestness, presenceYou’re
this language that wears
a shooting star I seeA vision of affect on its sleeve, inappropriateWhen you hold me I’m alive I’m aliveWe’re like diamonds and the feminine
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how do you feel about
The earnest you and Iyou and IWe’re beautiful like a feelingShine bright like being asked this questionLike a diamond circulated, or the accelerating sense
bright like a diamond bright like everyone has already felt thisAs weFeel the light inside in relationship to the shooting star I seeA vision of
that captureWhen you hold me I’m alive, I’m alive we’reBeautiful like diamonds in the sky