Tag Archives: Madeleine Simmons

Brown Marbles

When I flick off the lights of day, I allow myself to release, crying and holding onto the tears briefly before letting them go with a squeeze. I always hold you at arm’s length long enough that my arms don’t … Continue reading

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Dear Fibromyalgia

The sore on my tongue swelters as the cut on my lips stings the scab over my cheek flakes as my legs lie resting sore, because they are bolted into the ground; my hands cripple over trying to yank them … Continue reading

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