Cleavage; a Director's Notes

  • Bahar Orang University of Toronto, MA student in Comparative Literature

Abstract

Things that resemble breasts: teardrops, flower petals, melons, water balloons, the drooping, wrinkled cheek of the elderly woman who serves coffee at the shop down the way; the oversized bubble of foam floating in the cup; the white, unblemished, saucer; the letter “m”; the cleavage of an unruffled moon peeking out above dark clouds.
Published
2015-04-27
Section
Prose