Sunday, July 21, 2024

Naomi Komatsu

Naomi Komatsu is a first year student at Haverford College. She is interested in studying anthropology, political science, and health studies. She was the editor-in-chief of her high school literary arts magazine, and has been contributing to jGirls+ since her junior year. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing, and spending time with friends.
To Take Apart a Clock by Naomi Komatsu - Photo by Lydia Miller

To Take Apart a Clock

"I saw myself taken apart, too and wondered if I wanted to be fixed.”
Man Creates Ideal Woman by Naomi Komatsu - photo by ZoeOppenheimer

Man Creates Ideal Woman

“White, sticky drops smother the frame/Of individuality”
Life Goes On by Naomi Komatsu

Life Goes On

“You are very lucky. Your ancestors weren’t.”
Wishing for Butterflies by Naomi Komatsu - Photo by Alex Garrow

Wishing for Butterflies

"Fluttering, paper-thin, murky brown wings...Tickle the inside of her stomach."
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