Fall/Winter 2016



Nina Sokol

TWO DREAMS

Janus, where were your hands were
they two I would have
had the one to have the double-edged
meaning etched into the skin of
memory, the
epidermis would have emerged
in words, the hypodermis exposed
their meaning and had I had only
one word in a single palm, a thing you
said, that would bring back you for
an entire instant it would have been the
world.


Nina Sokol is a poet and translator in the midst of translating a series of plays and poems by contemporary Danish writers. She has a Masterís degree in English from Copenhagen University and was poet-in-residence at The Vermont Studio Center for four weeks in April 2011. She also attended The Bread Loaf School of English in 2012.

 


 

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