Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

Why can’t we be married and live in the farmhouse your parents bought on a whim?

Maybe I wouldn’t mind it.

(Maybe you wouldn’t.)

 
 

mackM. Mack is the author of three forthcoming collections including the chapbook Imaginary Kansas (dancing girl press, 2015). Mack writes, teaches, and sews in Virginia where ze co-edits Gazing Grain Press. Find hir at mxmack.com.

 
 

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  1. I need to read more of you, M. Mack! Following your blog now, too.

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