Wrought & Found



Original poems and found images


–by Mia Sara



You Name It


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image credit: Sagmeister/Borsodi


Mia Sara is an actress and poet living in Los Angeles. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in poemmemoirstory, Pembroke Magazine, The Write Room, PANK, Cultural Weekly, The Kit Kat Review, Forge, The Dirty Napkin, St. Ann’s Review, among others. For more please visit: http://wheretofindmiasara.tumblr.com/

  • Deanna

    You blow my mind.

  • Poetess extraordinaire,

    Mia! You shook me up with this one. So jangly and ouchy. You are my

    “lost ticket
    in name alone to be redeemed.”

  • Yikes… I hit send before I was finished. Oh well. I do that sometimes and sometimes it’s better that way. You know what I meant… I meant “I love you.”

  • Matthew Hetznecker

    What I love about this piece is the philosophical nature of anything can be distilled to an everyday thing, to past that is even ’embroider’, with a hand. There is something not only remarkable going on in this poem. But the transcendence of this poet. I so want to say more, of course.

  • Julie von Zerneck

    You never cease to grab me. I only wish I could hear you read this out loud.

  • Al, Mia! Brilliant work as always. Like Julie, I, too, would love to hear you read this aloud.