November 21, 2017
Once she saved all the chocolate eggs the doctor gave her so she could slowly eat them in front of me, who had scoffed mine days earlier. She could punish me with her stubborn eking out.
The hypnotism of watching a line pulled behind the boat for hours, the lure skipping along the water— thinking it must feel good to drag along the surface like that and not go too deeply into things.
[…] I love the way the florist has a second stall beside the escalator every Saturday, and I can buy red gerberas on the way back to the car. I love to watch the women tucking cheese into the bottoms of their prams and smiling at security as they coo past. I love the highway hissing underneath my tyres after I’ve spiralled down the carpark […]
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