the other night you found me in my binary shell:one finger dancing over the emergency sos switch on my phonethe other being dragged around by unwanted thoughtsone glance at the hips of my shadowand i want to sink into the darkness with iti felt your presence before I saw youheard the familiar language of women’s wails i’m fluent inthe silentGo to Post >>
Sage Futrell (she/they) is a college student from Virginia, US. They currently help out many of William & Mary’s literary publications, including LIPS (a sexuality-themed zine) and the Dog Street Journal (a pop culture magazine). In the past, they have received ac- colades from the Scholastic Art & Writing awards for their poetry, along with publication in various litmags. Among their favorite poets are Elizabeth Bishop and Jason Reynolds. Aside from creating art, Sage enjoys antiquing and over-analyzing media.