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The Elder’s Rewilding

The Elder’s Rewilding

written by: Farah Rose Smith

@farahrosesmith

 

Like cats in the corner’s dust
Portraits of Gibson Girls
Chipped wood, splintering their toes
War outside the window
Warmth in the house
I am sick
And rewilding
A fire bird, once thought a mouse

Farah Rose Smith

Farah Rose Smith

Farah Rose Smith is an independent scholar, writer, and editor, currently studying Comparative Literature at Hunter College with specializations in Decadence, Symbolism, Gothic Fiction, and the Russian 20th century. Her fiction has been published in various places including Vastarien Literary Journal, Spectral Realms, and Nightscript. Her short fiction collection Of One Pure Will was released by Egaeus Press in June 2019. Her novella ANONYMA made the preliminary ballot list for Superior Achievement in Long Fiction for the 2019 Bram Stoker Awards. She will be attending Goldsmith’s College in London for her MA in Romantic and Victorian Literature. Farah currently works as a book reviewer for Publisher's Weekly and an Editorial Intern at UrbanGlass Quarterly. She resides in New York City with her husband.
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