Poems & Essays

09 Sep


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We deep-sea divers
Submerged in family waters
Dream in echoes off the diving bells.

Adrift in the languid world
Of sleepy eyes, heavy limbs,
And sour morning breath

We lose ourselves
In their oceans and surface
Only to feel the sun.


Elisabeth Venetiou’s fiction appeared in The Evening Street Review and her poetry in The Blue Guitar’s Unstrung. She published nonfiction pieces in the Arizona Daily Sun and was a regular contributor to Northern Arizona’s Mountain Living Magazine. Her most recent essay, “Water Changes,” was published in Sonderers Travel Magazine. She is a graduate of Northern Arizona University’s creative writing program and is currently at work on a novel.

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