Sophia Noulas

I want to be there when you
are gone
someone to point out your flowers when
they ask What should go in the ground
to watch the air creep below your nose
as the streetlamp in the window glowers
at the cracks in our knuckles listing
the ways we lived another delay
not a relief

Sophia Noulas is a graduate of Fordham University's Creative Writing Program. She volunteers as a reader for Electric Literature and she has connections to Frontier Poetry, the New York Poetry Society, and Fordham University's Unofficial Poetry Collective. She has been previously published in the Comma and Chaleur Magazine.

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