Sarah Grigg Rolph is an MFA student at the University of Florida. She can usually be found curled up on the couch, reading and sharing a bowl of popcorn with her rather greedy parrot. Her work hopes to cultivate quietude and explore the intersection of art and faith.
Sarah Grigg Rolph
Such a death wouldn’t be so bad, as deaths go, rounded and quick. But the flattening, flattening: a parody of burial without even the mercy of rain, careless swift ironing until the body melts into the road. Only a threadbare tail, gray, blows back and forth in the breeze of the rushed living.