Monthly Archives: October 2014

REBECCA’S SONG

You knew something was wrong when he hesitated by the graves. Had those cliffs and waves been seen by one before? The faded lipstick stains on the wineglass you held, secondhand nightgowns in your closet, the musk in the shoes, … Continue reading

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The Interim

I was pretty shaken up after I broke up with my girlfriend. I spent the next few days after eating bowls of Haagen-Dazs ice cream, lounging around in my robe and slippers, and streaming sad lesbian romances. It was Saturday … Continue reading

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I wanted you to know that yesterday I broke the rainbow glass you gave me and their shards littered the kitchen tile. I cried as they glittered in the afternoon sun and pierced my fingers picking them one by one. … Continue reading

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The Four Cities You’ll Fall in Love With

Photo courtesy of Tony Wong Photo courtesy of Flora Tsai on flickr.com/creativecommons Photo courtesy of Fido on flickr.com/creativecommons Photo courtesy of Gergey Sus on flickr.com/creativecommons San Gabriel is the girl you grew up with, eating french fries and drinking boba … Continue reading

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FOR BEVERLY

I fell in love with the girl with the glower in her eyes and hunger in her voice who raised her head like a beacon, sliced diamonds with her syllables, and walked as if she saw a destination waiting for … Continue reading

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