You Can’t See Anything During The Daytime

I’ve got three—myself, you, & the universe. The second sentence is living like tomorrow living isn’t a fucking joke. You’re sick & somewhere else. I’m here & I love you. We’re moving in eighty days, thank the blessed cattle—that involves a joke with my friend. My friend is in Portland, Oregon. I am going to bed tonight.

Parker Tettleton is a vegan Leo living in Portland, Oregon. He is the author of This Is A City (Ravenna Press, forthcoming), Please Quiet (Ravenna Press, 2018), Ours Mine Yours (Pitymilk Press, 2014), Greens (Thunderclap Press, 2012), & Same Opposite (Thunderclap Press, 2010). More work & information is here.

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