Color Bleeding By Evie Shockley

Color Bleeding By Evie Shockley one year, i carried the blues around like a baby. sure, my coffee mugs cupped amethysts :: water gushed, rose-tinted and -scented, from the faucets at my touch :: the air orange with butterflies that never left me. meanwhile, indigo held fast to my toes :: lapis lapped my fingertips […]

From The Lost Letters Of Frederick Douglas By Evie Shockley

From The Lost Letters Of Frederick Douglas By Evie Shockley June 5, 1892 Dear Daughter, Can you be fifty-three this month? I still look for you to peek around my door as if you’d discovered a toy you thought gone for good, ready at my smile to run up and press your fist into my […]

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