Dreaming in Delta Waves by Veronica Suarez Letting go into sleep is not easy. It’s like catching a wave and letting it crash into your brain, letting it churn and swirl you into the amniotic fluid of your mother’s stomach: till you are nestled like a babe, asleep in the womb of your childhood, with your mother’s spheric darkness enveloping your dreams into the stillness of being alive, but asleep.
Veronica Suarez worked as editor-in-chief for online issues 10 and 11 of Gulf Stream, the literary magazine of Florida International University. She is currently completing a poetry manuscript for her M.F.A. thesis. She was a contributing writer for the Miami New Times’ Night and Day section and other South Florida publications. Her recent poems were published in Seul Poetry Quarterly. She writes poetry, non-fiction, and fiction.