she/her Daydreamer. Writer(ish). Often unintentionally funny.
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the tide rises, the tide falls, 2022
nostalgia tastes like
A grief poem.
Cutbow Quarterly, 2022
Every Time My Mother Brings Up Arranged Marriage, I Say:
An erasure poem of Chapter 1 of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.
Did You Hear About The Sasquatch?
"In summer, the Sasquatch met a Kumquat Orchardist moonbathing naked underneath the fragrant white blooms, messily gorging on a sandwich, the cheese dripping down her chin."
Instant Happiness Masala
"Cold, yellow masala-drenched Maggi noodles coagulated in the shape of tiffin boxes—circles, squares, rectangles—were a delicacy that tasted good when shared with friends at school, and downright sinful when gobbled hidden away---"
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