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C.N.P Poetry 

  • Writer's pictureCathexis Northwest Press


By: Sasha Torchinsky

I think about the depths of the Greek bucolic

And how the breath of life is brief but symbolic,

with lushness and richness and fatness and pleasure

of timing and rhythm among grandiose measures.

I know some perennial plants like a plum or an apple,

to be picked and kissed or thrown to the cattle,

to be sustaining and present but then go away,

to be longed for in the branches of winter’s winds sway;

and so I like to feel similar when it comes to passion,

the lulls between lovers are half of its fashion.


Sasha Torchinsky is a queer artist born and raised in Vancouver, B.C. on the unceded traditional territory of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. Sasha is inspired by James Baldwin, reality television, and freaks everywhere.


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