by Molly Engel


by Clara Rempe

Frigid fractals
on the ashen boards.

A starry breeze
over the hanging hinges
making them pulsate.

The eerie sigh
of the razor blade windmill
scatters the silence.


About the photographer: Molly Engel is a Philadelphia native who moved last year to Portland, OR to study nursing. When she isn’t at school or in the hospital, she likes to eat donuts, play with her cat, and climb with friends at the local bouldering gym. She has been taking pictures since she was 13, and after an introductory photography class in college she fell in love with 35mm film. Her digital camera has been collecting dust ever since. Find her work on Instagram @mollyonfilm.