Monthly Archives: September 2014

Botched Origami

In a trashcan In the bathroom Of a bad part of town Crumpled beneath Snot-filled tissues And broken coffee cups Are all the notes I took in that Class I never finished. I’m sitting in this cafe Writing you a … Continue reading

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Uninsured

The money I could have saved by switching to Geico is being spent on mediocre lattes and impulse thrift store purchases. I switched to State Farm I needed a neighbor, someone to be there. I have a high insurance premium. … Continue reading

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