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The perfect dress. My mother’s dress. I envy the dress. Pretty yellow dress. I. Pretty. Mother. My mother hanging the dress. My mother. Hanging. Dress. My mother hanging in the dress. I. Envy. I envy hanging. I envy hanging the dress. I envy hanging in the dress. I envy hanging my mother … Continue reading
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I believe in broken screen doors, eyes clenched shut like fists, bricks and the diluted blues of the old picnic table in a back yard I no longer call my own. These things were my father before you replaced him … Continue reading
the women dump water down drains that do not exist. oh daughters of being! oh bird-faced ones! you are but part of a dream from which i cannot wake, a parable in which my face collapses in on itself, becoming … Continue reading
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