Tag Archives: winter

My History in Parts

We took your mother’s car. (Pushed) through bramble across mud and rocks. It ends in a stainless steel kitchen, still slick from high tide. Nothing swallows the hunger, (or ever does) bite through a fence. The outline of an overpass, … Continue reading

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I have tried to write without a view. The words push themselves into corners and come out whitewashed or shadowed. When my mother tells me to be careful and only wear clothes that flatter me, I try to listen. She … Continue reading

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Every Moon A Woman

It’s that I don’t know where to go from here, or how to uncrack brick. The fire pit is cold and dark, the door creaks with every visitor. What does it mean to be alone? When do we wake up … Continue reading

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