I TURNED INTO BRIGHT CARBON! I BECAME FOR YOU A DIAMOND!
REMEMBER that time I flick wrote something on your flick hand as you were
leaving and flick you said why are you writing on my flick hand and I didn’t say
Anything but just kept flick kept inking your hand into flick constellations that
caused a riot in your blood match you have no clear recollection of when flick my
mouth became a pack of matches and flick you lit my flick you lit my mouth
flick you lit my mouth with your mouth flick and turned into the brightest flash burn
of carbon denouement
Michelle Sinsky is an interdisciplinary artist and MFA in Writing candidate at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her work has appeared recently in Everyday Genius, Midwestern Gothic, elimae, Red Lightbulbs, Metazen, ANOBIUM, and in collaborative works at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and Academy of Fine Arts, Prague. She reads for Gigantic Sequins Literary Journal, translates French, and works, among other places, as an arts criticism editor and contributor. She co-edits the forthcoming journal Matter Monthly.