Member since January 7, 2010 | 1,352 Readings |
Analicia Sotelo is a MFA candidate in Poetry at the University of Houston. She attended the Bucknell Seminar for Younger Poets in 2008 and her work has appeared in DIAGRAM.
His skin is a white tree in the cold. / His face, a bright ghost. / / There is no winter here in Texas, / but the light changes, grows…
You are brown. You are / brown until one morning you wake up beside someone white and suddenly, you are / / white, the sun taking snapshots…
Subscribed by Analicia Sotelo
Good year to have a job / like monger, wear a cloak, / be alopecic, strafe the heath / in a bird mask lancing boils. / Sometimes we get born…
Let’s say one’s mind is an office of Late Brutalist design. Let’s say it is being built. One knows it’s being built by the drills’ muffled…
Notes Toward Basic Betterness
The way the anglerfish might rather be / just the light it hangs in the Atlantic night, // or the moon might want to live as only / the cloistered…
Reading Dante in the ICU
Today I’d like to talk for a while about death / among the gift shop’s plush koalas and chrysanthemums, / its aisles and aisles of light-dazed…
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