2015-10-02

Metamorphosis
—poetry by Ajise Vincent


Metamorphosis

Let my
name
dance
in reckless
grandeur
like
tidal waves
on the
shore
of your
lips.
Let it
splash
love,
passion;
reminiscences
on the
depth
of your
larynx
till your
voice
metamorphose
into an oasis
springing
forth excitement.

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The Poet: Ajise Vincent is an undergraduate of Economics at a prestigious university in Nigeria,who sees poetry as medium to express both the tranquillity and turmoil of the mind. He hopes to use poetry as a tool to impact morals and bring back the good old days of propriety. He is also a contributor to various print and online magazines.

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The Photographer: Myles Katherine is a fine art photographer and painter based in Portland, Oregon. She specializes in medium format black and white film photography using a Holga GCFN. Her work includes double exposures and graphic layering that creates a surreal and ghostly atmosphere.Her work is mostly influenced by dreams, psychological conflict and personal attachment. By emphasizing the power of concepts such as social isolation, death, and memories she hopes to unravel a vulnerability in each viewer and force them to recognize and overcome their own psychological struggles. You can see more of her work at MylesKatherine.com


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