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Tag Archives: Parker Tettleton
I’m not living my life so you can explain me, Leo reads on Leo’s right hand in last night’s dream. Leo goes to the grocery store every day. He steels himself in the aisles—he takes in the misplaced, the overpriced, … Continue reading
Leo’s mother was born on September 23, 1959. Leo doesn’t have an answer for his thumbs: the way they wait at the bus stop curled out—the way he climbed out of her, the way she would’ve said something, maybe, about … Continue reading
The three main activities, Leo overhears, are: hydrating, smiling, & sleeping. Leo wants love—Leo realizes this isn’t in the conversation. Leo dreams of water instead of sports, laughter with overt facial expressions, dreams. Leo wakes up for work wishing he … Continue reading
The first sentence lets you know your life is a toaster oven. The fifth floor fortune cookie’s heart-by-way-of-paper says to make time for avocados in all of your masks—swallow the fat after you’ve chew-chew-chewed it & worn it one last … Continue reading
The first sentence is inside the memory of a lighter—I do not want to remember the Bay Area, the green & blue Chuck Taylor’s, Berkeley, companion panic attacks, BART in general. I do not eat anything that kills. The sound … Continue reading