BySarah Fletcher

Sarah Fletcher is a British-American poet living in London. Her work has been published in The London Magazine, Ink Sweat & Tears, The Cadaverine, and more. She has an upcoming pamphlet with Dead Ink.

  1. They told me she did not exist, at first,
    that stained glass loves to trick the eye.
    The worst thing about the windows is that God rarely 
    passes by; the church does not illuminate
    with light. Instead, we're tricked into thinking
    that this bright-leggèd woman has a tail.