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  May 2005
volume 3 number 2
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Paula Sfier Kattan
May 2005
   

 

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photo by jerry hicks

    Paula Sfier Kattan is originally from Santiago de Chile, but was raised in México. She started to enjoy poetry when she took some creative writing workshops in college.
    Paula's work has appeared/will appear in S.M.U.T. Magazine, The International Journal of Erotica, Erotic Verse, Aesthetica, Muse Apprentice Guild, Edifice Wrecked, no-troy:poetry and art, and My wife and Her Lovers.

   

 

The Act

My breasts mute;

they got harder, two brown hills.

My drink came sallow, then green as leaves.

There was flowers to touch, two men:

Their bodies grew, and the sun brightened.



Then my cruise stopped, my doors,

my colors brushed-on paint, my whole City Hall.

We fled on airplanes, covered:

There is only a moon glued by penetrations.

My screams in a jar, watching us.

copyright 2005 Paula Sfier Kattan