“Horticulture” by Sarah Sala

Horticulture by Sarah Sala Front

In film,
my very
own rotator
cuff,
frayed fibers
of Labrum,
wisp of wool,
white
signal
amid
black signal.
My undoing:
the careless
whim
of a
dandelion
spur.

Horticulture by Sarah Sala Back

Sarah is a graduate of New York University’s MFA program, and she lives in Manhattan. Her poems appear in Poetry Ireland Review, All Hollow, Leveler, Atlas Review, and Vending Machine Press.