Ripened cells divided
as a woman, so pronounced with curves,
spilled into the second body
whose heart, before birth, stilled
to another flash or bang.

Copyright © 2007, Sarah Glass

Image Credit: NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)

Sarah Glass is fresh out of high school. She is currently in pursuit of a higher education and higher living, if one implies the other. As of yet, her only other published works are the poems “Rosary Beads” and “Apple Blossoms and Hydropathy,” printed by a local newspaper where she lives in Montana.