Something is always far away


I’m trying to post a haiku a day on Instagram until the book comes out on April 19. These aren’t from the book, hence they’re not (explicitly) lesbian or funny. I’ve been thinking of them as “little prisons of feeling.”

I’m super fun at parties.

Anyway. Follow along if you’re into that sort of thing. Here are a few examples. Some are old, some are new, none are borrowed, but most are blue (in one way or another).
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Let’s be emo together?

*Title is from Rebecca Solnit’s A Field Guide to Getting Lost.

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