“/ˈməT͟Hər/” by Tiana Nobile (poetry ’17)

Tiana Nobile (poetry '17)
“/ˈməT͟Hər/” by Tiana Nobile (poetry ’17), published by Guernica.

Tiana Nobile (poetry ’17) reads her poem “/ˈməT͟Hər/”


We tend to our roles like we tend to a fire,
poking the coals with the blazing tip of an iron.

The head of a woman occasionally produces more heads.
The body of a woman is the source of all our breaths.

See Also: The naming of riverbanks.
See Also: Nature’s tendency to cleave.

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