It’s the ways our tongues get folded, stealing
away my speech. It’s open mouths writing
letters, lipped words placed softly in ears
precisely. It’s shadows that aren’t what they
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Zelda Chappel’s work has appeared in a number of publications and can most recently be found in The Interpreter’s House, Belleville Park Pages and HARK. Her poem "Another Twenty Another Stone" won the 2014 Battered Moons Competition. Her debut collection is 'The Girl in the Dog-Tooth Coat' (Bare Fiction 2015).