I Look at My Body and See the Source of My Shame: Ecstasy Facsimile (Heavy thing...")"
The poem is a part of a manuscript I'm currently working on; which is my attempt to project a mode of disclosure; even as the method of composition--which involves the liberal extraction and combination of passages from several intertexts--works against this seeming tonality. The poem contains passages from The Life of Saint Teresa of __vila (1957) by herself; translated by J. M. Cohen.
Cayanan, M. A. (2018), I Look at My Body and See the Source of My Shame: Ecstasy Facsimile (Heavy thing..."). Cordite Poetry Review. http://cordite.org.au/poetry/transqueer/i-look-at-my-body-and-see-the-source-of-my-shame-ecstasy-facsimile/