Ojeda-Sague, Gabriel 2019

Friday, May 17, 2019
Six Points Reading Series with Davon Clark and Gabriel Ojeda-Sague
Pilsen Community Books

these realizations I keep having
as I get older are becoming tiring
as they consistently remind me
of my poor shape
the subtle lilt in your speech
wood and felt slammed against timpani

              – Gabriel Ojeda-Sague, “On Moss”

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Watch Gabriel Ojeda-Sague read from his poetry collection Losing Miami:

You pass a finger between
one tattoo and another,
find that I cannot make amends
with every copper thread between my ears.

              – Gabriel Ojeda-Sague, “Obsessions”

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