Video Selfie as Water

a liquid


bodyexpands


languagea landscape

i can fit




inside


beyondthe bordersi


shift


seasons


flood


my body


to belong



Standing at an angle, Rashna Wadia is looking directly at the camera and smiling. A light blue stucco wall is behind her.  The right side of the wall juts out and her right hand is resting on it. The sleeve of her pink sweater is pulled over part of her right hand except for her folded fingers resting on the wall.  Her shoulder length black hair is worn in a bob style, hair tips curling inward around her chin.

Rashna Wadia’s poems appear or are forthcoming in Catamaran, Terrain.org, Whale Road Review, Rust & Moth, Salt Hill Journal and elsewhere.  Her work has received support from VONA/Voices, Open Mouth, and Kenyon Review. She lives in the SF Bay Area with her husband and two cats, and is the poetry editor at Fahmidan Journal.