Speak to me never again about sacrifice. Tell me no stories about things left behind. Should you dream of telling me such a thing Imagine immediately yourself in front of Orpheus. Know that for the rest of my life I do and will name everything Eurydice, No matter what else I pretend I have named… [Read More]
Sumita Chakraborty is assistant poetry editor of AGNI and a doctoral candidate in English at Emory University. Her poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Boston Review, PANK, At Length, Gulf Coast, Adroit, The Journal, and other publications; her prose has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Rain Taxi and The Los Angeles Review of Books.