All Posts By Amanda Linsmeier

Geraldine

there is a danger to dismissing history and we will be the price bloodied face-down folded over ourselves

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Peaches

i know, at least, that she was ripe full of not a hardened pit like me for so long but hopes that began and ended seven times over

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I Could Have Been In Playboy

once this time when we had a nice computer and i was not so nice to myself i photoshopped my face turning muddy hazel eyes to blue turning...

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What the Therapist Said

i unloaded the dishwasher that morning and then i went to therapy and unloaded on this new doctor and she said, perhaps, maybe, possibly my...

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A Young Girl

a young girl watches her mother faint from lack of food not because the fridge is empty but because her mother chooses to leave her belly...

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i was the third

i knew enough to know abuse was someone pounding their fists into someone else and i knew enough to know the domestic violence shelter was...

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