Tag Archives: Haley Zilberberg

Big Cities

Let’s walk everywhere. It’s been too long since I’ve trusted my legs, and my heart is so tired of carrying my weight. I know there are trains and buses and cars but I am tired of waiting to depart from … Continue reading

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The First Shower

The front door closed with my childhood on the other side. The walls were so white and empty almost as if to say “I am sterilizing the past.” There were no marks on the wall no scratches dragged down the … Continue reading

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