Articles by: Esther Mathieu

Pen to Paper: 1.12.17

Pen to Paper: 1.12.17

I am longing for dark penumbra, a space where speculation becomes only the echo in the hollow spaces of my body. My favorite parts of myself are the one comprised of negative space, where my fingers fit in around my bones, so I can feel the solid substance of myself, can feel it disappearing. That Saturday it came back again, […]

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Pen to Paper: Mantra of the Unforgiven

Pen to Paper: Mantra of the Unforgiven

Who is she? you asked, and I said she swallowed the sun, sometime while I wasn’t watching, while the ghosts were speaking to me from the shadows, while you were watching the door and she came gliding in. You say we have the same face, but you can tell she isn’t me when she laughs because I never sounded like […]

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Pen to Paper: Prayers

Pen to Paper: Prayers

These prayers are to be walked— soft chalk pathways lined with rosebushes. How my purpose has caught in the hedgerows, tangled silver threads among the branches. How my bare feet learn the grit and sunwarmth. My face has tied itself to copper moon, my neck craned sideways into awkward angles, eyes in anxious contact with the sky. These prayers are […]

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