Contributions by Luisa A. Igloria

Issue 18 | Summer 2016

I Carry You

By | Poetry

an envelope enclosing a letter, bread spore poised to proliferate upon clean surfaces of lukewarm milk and water— Dried sprig of sage or lavender, evergreen whose scented spikes forever line my cabinets and drawers— Garter stitch, you snake through my ragged hemlines; your name felts my wet lashes. Dark-orbed iris, your aperture closes and widens. …