Sinta Jimenez's poetry has been featured in numerous national and international literary magazines. She has been most recently been published in Scissors and Spackle and The Sheepshead Review. As a journalist, she is currently the Managing Editor for Meets Obsession magazine. She received her MFA from Otis College of Art and Design.
I fainted I thought from blood drawn on linoleum blocks etched with the Gayatri but it was another kind of morning another kind of prayer like ghosts mistaken as shadows or waking at dusk on a overnight flight having crossed the mystery of time zones that lapse our countries changing our births and deaths by the hour. I thought it was something Something of blood of mornings of prayer so full I fell in light. It was certainly something It was You. -from the poem, Nine Months
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Love Koan (24/12/2012)
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