Katrina Greco

keep the lights on
the water
will burn if you ask it

even the water
hold your head
low, the secrets kept

if I ask you
are you a holy man
your answer holds

water, count your sins
as blessings, a holy
man has feet of fire

a sinner sinks
slow, troubles
Katrina Greco is a poet in Oakland, where she lives with her husband, her cat, and her expanding collection of embroidery projects. Her work can be found in s/tick, White Stag, Quarterly West and elsewhere. A Pittsburgh native, she holds an MFA in poetry from St. Mary's College of California, and teaches middle school language arts. Her first chapbook, Everywhere Green and Scorchmarked, is forthcoming from White Stag.

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