Saturday, December 15, 2018

We Both Should Have Known To Leave The Past Where It Belongs by Mela Blust

the sky cut stars that I know
and call home
you don’t come to my window anymore
you won’t admit it was too cold
you’re out there drowning
and some of us are still testing the water

Mela Blust is a writer and artist from the south, who currently resides in rural Pennsylvania. She has always had an affinity for dark things. Her work has appeared in Nixes Mate Review, Califragile and Little Rose Magazine, and is forthcoming in many publications.

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