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Two Untitled Poems
Megaliths of swelter were rearing in array, dark, Minoan,
and on top of the gate in the air between now and now,
the glare danced, and in my pupils, two lions were mirrored.
End and I were debating his procedure.
He said that it was fixed under the Code.
I tacitly argued, my opposition contemplative, unfierce,
that resolution was by nature finite, one-sided, unfair.
End nodded me lightly out of the hall –
the Ilyad fields in pre-August, understated light –
and I took this field of vanquishing in a sweeping brief glance.
Margarita Serafimova is a human rights lawyer. She has published two collections of poetry in Bulgarian, Animals and Other Gods (2016) and Demons and World (2017). In English, her work has appeared in London Grip New Poetry, Trafika Europe, The Journal, Waxwing, StepAway, Ink, Sweat and Tears, Minor Literatures, Writing Disorder, A-Minor, Noble/Gas, The Birds We Piled Loosely, Poetic Diversity, Ginosko, Harbinger Asylum, Dark Matter, Obra/ Artifact, Window, Peacock Journal, Anti-Heroin Chic, Punch, Futures Trading, etc.