Tag Archives: Matthew Borczon

Ghost children

Night is a toothless mouth and I am an out of tune accordion heaving deep and wheezing loud after another nightmare full of ghost children and dead soldiers. Matthew Borczon is a writer and nurse from Erie, PA. He was a … Continue reading

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Survival kit

In place of medication try prayer tears strong drink true love or anything you can wrap your arms and legs around try lies try truth try saint john’s wart try talking to a therapist try talking to nobody try keeping … Continue reading

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Imminent danger pay

I made enough money in imminent danger pay to turn my 2 flats into one big house we blew a staircase right up from my kitchen and doubled the size so my sons and daughters could have their own rooms … Continue reading

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