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Tag Archives: Molly Greer
The poppies are self-destructing. Scarlet petals spontaneously combust. The garden fairies must sew their tulip skirts from real tulips and adopt pink and yellow pastel hues. Long poppy stems fizzle like fuzzy matchsticks—the smoke mingles with the beagle’s bark in … Continue reading
July 11, 1962: All mothers in the United States evaporated into muffin-infused air, blueberry and lemon poppy seed batter dripped from whisks perched on sink precipices. No one knew how their breasts dissolved into atoms flying towards the sun. The … Continue reading
Don’t shield your eyes from mine with the crook of your elbow. I want you to see October in my cheeks, tender pink from walking here to you. I miss your glint without glasses, those panes so routinely dismissed when … Continue reading