Things I Wear Inside

Rage, mainly
 

I pollute the rest that I touch. My children learn my grooves, feel my marks. They know them too. They grow out of them like weeds. They flourish despite myself.

I am dirt.

Tiffany Meuret is a writer and desert-dweller from Phoenix, Arizona. Her work has has been published or is forthcoming with Four Chambers and the SFWA blog. Additionally, she was a 2018 attendee of the Futurescapes conference in Utah. Find her on Twitter at @TMeuretBooks.

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