Fatherhood

  it’s strange. he’s got the warmest complexion – tanned caramel undertones, brown freckles sprinkled across his cheeks, and straight black hair that lays flat against his head instead of the brown waves that encase my own   i envy his eyes, they’re hooded, and half-moon shaped, swelling with innocence so large and so doe-like […]

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A Letter Sent In Late November

I still remember the first time I mailed you a letter. It was late in November, a quiet and wintry night entrenched with white-out conditions from an unexpectedly ash-ridden blizzard. The snow seemed to encapsulate my emaciated legs, and I still think of how hard it was to move through that heavy mass of human […]

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i am afraid of holes

i am afraid of holes. i googled what that meant, but She just looked at me with sad eyes.   “why do you wanna know?”   oh. that’s okay. my ligaments didn’t matter anyway. my muscles were temporary! (they grow back, you know.)   “naivete is a diagnosable condition” She said “you’re going to need […]

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We Have Victory

MADNESS faded backs away slumps to the ground   stares shakes   I can’t   I know. It’s wrong. we shouldn’t be here.   we are.   terrible scene,   It’s like stories, really mattered darkness danger you didn’t want to be happy?   the world the way bad had happened?   (CONTINUED)   We […]

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on waves in daytime

on waves in the daytime by Maddie Agne We waited until the dead of night not waiting on anyone in particular maybe my grandfather and I remember the sky   maybe it was a ceiling covered in flowers or stars or eight glasses of champagne and The beach is dark and empty   this is […]

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