Katy Santiff

Temple, poetry written by Katy Santiff at Spilwords.com

Temple

Temple written by: Katy Santiff    On the day you died, I prayed before round golden gods, made their bronze bell giant ring, and when the l...
Sister, poetry written by Katy Santiff at Spilwords.com

Sister

Sister written by: Katy Santiff    In the palm-shade of Pearl Harbor, with the beach grass between my toes, which were shaped like small pin...
Burn, a poetry written by Katy Santiff at Spilwords.com

Burn

Burn written by: Katy Santiff    Don't you lay on down because its harder now, because grain, you did not germinate, no green fronding thing...
Rush, a poem written by Katy Santiff at Spilwords.com

Rush

Rush written by: Katy Santiff    I used to think me native when I was just a kid, run the deer paths like they were leading to a distant dru...
Katy Santiff

Katy Santiff

Katy Santiff has written poetry in various forms all her life. She believes in densely-packed poems, preferring them to be mouthfuls when read aloud. A lifelong Marylander, she loves water-side living. She currently lives in Edgewater, Maryland with her wife. Her published poems can be found in Vita Brevis Poetry Magazine and Spillwords Press.