Monthly Archives: May 2017

Splinter, Shed, and Tweezer

  Splinter. it sits deep, having slithered in underneath the colour of my skin, when I touched his face but it was wood at the end of all things, and not flesh, just the nose shavings of a puppet Shed. … Continue reading

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Slip

You slipped like a poem’s paper cut edge finds the space between the layers of my skin (thin enough that it took a century to bleed) to slide between and make a layer too many of something not me  

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Half-Life

The half-life of love is forever. – Junot Diaz Don’t worry: you’ll change and you’ll hope I will too, and I will, but not because you saw my interest die along the mirror, stretching between our lives, we stood too far … Continue reading

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Nuts

Part 1 almonds bake in the sun, raisin skin crackling in the heat, nut potpourri it’s alright it’s alright that we met it’s alright that we don’t meet anymore my walnut heart has barely just enough room for my Thumbelina … Continue reading

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Walnut

my love is a walnut small and hard fitting along the seams of my little walnut heart there is no room for anyone here this is a single occupancy ride this is the opposite of loneliness and this is the … Continue reading

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Mid-Series Review: Patriarchy and Misogyny in Hotel Beau Sejour

For those craving the second season of the French show Les Revenants to finally appear on Netflix, or the Australian Glitch, and similar horror/mystery pairings, Hotel Beau Sejour is a nice rest stop and well worth a watch in its … Continue reading

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