Sari Krosinsky

From the poem, “Me and G-d at the sidewalk cafe”:

“…I wanted to be something
smaller, like in love, or
employed, or
to eat my soup in peace.
And when we wrestle,
you fight dirty. You wrench
my thigh out of joint
if you can’t win fair,
and then you bless me
for spite….”

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Sari Krosinsky’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in abqARTS, Adobe Walls, Arsenic Lobster, Collective Fallout, Contemporary American Voices, The Duke City Fix, Main Street Rag, Verse Daily and others. She edits Fickle Muses, an online journal of mythic poetry and fiction. She received a B.A. in religious studies and M.A. in creative writing from the University of New Mexico. She lives in Albuquerque, N.M., with her partner and cat.

You can find her at http://outerchild.wordpress.com/, or here, here, here, or on Facebook or request more information on Sari from the guild.

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