Monthly Archives: May 2021

Funeral Rights

I place a heavy urn of responsibility, just kidding its a chow mein takeout carton, onto the seat next to me I’ve got a ticket on an expressionist train rocketing through bucolic countryside my hands clutch the earthly remains of … Continue reading

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Writing in Bed

it wasn’t really night, 4 a.m more sleepdozing which is like bulldozing but less earthy. I was half awake fumbling poetry in my head pounced on each word like a formaldehyde cat in biology class only to fall into a … Continue reading

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Decluttering

I made a clean sweep today, out with the old husband, in with a cat named Izzy who has promised she will never pretend everything is fucking fine when you know something is wrong and you ask and ask in … Continue reading

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Every Day is Mother’s Day

Some people of course had mothers who hugged crooning love, little trinkets and sweets of charm and adoration. Some people had grandparents uncles aunts with fat laps full of kisses and stories, you know mine mostly died prehistoric. Some people … Continue reading

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Rainy Daze

I am mad today, indignant skyfemme I sweep the house turning on lightbulbs accelerating music till it drowns out the rain on the tin roof loud enough to make you crazy because he left you, looked you right in the … Continue reading

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