With perfect word economy and exquisite sensuality, the poems of Chaya Grossberg explore many topics, including friendship, childhood, and the power of the human body. In the six poems we include here, she shows a wide range of styles and possibilities; alternating between optimism and despair, levity and self-torture, she gives us a clear and varied picture of her moods, sentiments, and observations.
You can write to Chaya at firstname.lastname@example.org. Her web page is at www.geocities.com/ngrossberg/chaya.
Chaya's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
With invisible strength and dull knives under a bright light
Light hits my heart
Light hits my heart and the thin branches with the same promise
Imagine a very dark room