Alexis Bates is a poet and writer that uses words to become intimate with an audience. You can read her words in Luna Luna Magazine, Five:2:One, Vagabond City Lit, and elsewhere. Her micro-chap, When Cars Touch, is published with Ghost City Press.

Alexis Bates

Casual Body Comp.

fitting room insert me not able to pull dress over shoulders jeans over single thigh my friend plucks clothes from racks without checking sizes I imagine what it is like to be so skinny that I am not afraid of being trapped in fabric of being trapped in body I fail

Glass: A Journal of Poetry is published monthly by Glass Poetry Press.
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