self

orange peels fresh in the sinkmy finger tips scented by their honeyoutside the heat lectures the breezelittle birds lined up fluffy down ornamentsi ask myselfself what will you do todayand i answer i dont knowyou do that everyday selfarent you tiredand i answer yes but not like how you thinkthe birds are stillthe window thick […]

self

A lovely poem!

Published by fultontheauthor

She’s twenty-nine-ish and recently married a man who was either very brave or very stupid enough to ask her after witnessing thirteen years of mindboggling mental hang-ups. She has two beloved dogs named Huckleberry and Tom who moonlight as Canadian Mounties in their spare time. Her favorite words are whirling dervish and phantasmagorical. Her students at Miami Dade College inspire her to keep writing and never stop randomly quoting all of Bruce Campbell’s best lines in the Evil Dead series. Groovy! Her book of poems "To the Man in the Red Suit" is set to be published by the good people at Rootstock publishing in May 2020. Here is a link: https://www.rootstockpublishing.com/rootstock-books/man-in-the-red-suit

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