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Tag Archives: Laura Madeline Wiseman
Yesterday, I asked the fairies to sit on the kitchen scale that weighs our chicken in ounces, our squash in grams, our carrots for the curry I love to make in pounds. They won’t do it, won’t let me tear … Continue reading
The fairies can’t afford a car so I buy them matchbox racers at the dollar store for our stockings. On Xmas we sip coffee, watching the fairy feeders. Even though they’ve been inside with me for weeks, they enter en … Continue reading
If I go with the fairies, I won’t get to go to yoga with you and hold the poses of warriors, the squats of a goddess, or fold myself into a lotus. You won’t hold my hand, sipping the complementary … Continue reading
It’s true that I fear fairies. When they ask me to join them, I say we have to wash the walls. The window sills and curtains haven’t been tended to, and there’s this wedge of insulation eking from the attic … Continue reading