bananas in the summerthere are shadows walking on my walls and their legs are longer than their bodies and they only move around when you call me.bananas in the summer by diddlyhohum
"Jesus, Mary," you say which i think is kind of fucked up because you don't believe in jesus and i borrowed his mother's name (she was a whore do you hear me a goddamn whore).
you only say that when you don't know what to say and i don't say anything and sometimes you are sighing and sometimes you are smiling and i get really uncomfortable when you sigh and i feel kind of sticky between my thighs and if i ever told you that you would smile and say, "Jesus, Mary." and i would cry and wear my hair in braided pigtails.
one time i told you my skull was getting smaller and you said maybe you're crazy Mary, maybe you should see a shrink which you thought was a pun and you laughed but i didn't think it was funny.
when i was thirteen i let the perkins' boy take my panties off with his sweaty hands and stick his tongue under my dress and i remember the thick pulse in t
TomorrowWe sat on a sidewalk and guessed the lives of the people who walked by. We said the woman with red hair liked to talk and talk and she was trying to quit smoking because she doesn't like the way it makes her clothes smell or her breath feel. And when the man carrying two huge paper bags walked by, I guessed that they were full of books that he was returning to the library. And I wondered out loud why the man with two huge paper bags wouldn't drive if he had that much to carry. You said that maybe he doesn't have a car. Maybe he's not wearing a nice winter coat because he doesn't have the money, cause he's homeless. And after that I didn't really want to play these guessing games anymore, not after that.Tomorrow by dejasenti
And I know, I know that's not really how it happened. I know I reversed the roles, I know that it was me who guessed that he was homeless, and I know that you turned to me and asked if I really thought that or if it was just a part of the game. I know I switched it all around but I want
...27... She wore barbed wire necklaces so that every time she laughed, it hurt....27... by TheAfterWhys
Little Freckles Frankie was the first to make her laugh so hard she bled. He was ten, she was eleven. I dont think he has found anything funny since. It was too bad really, baby blue eyes tend to twinkle when they laugh.
I caught her counting the scars in the bathroom mirror once. They were soft puckers of white against sun tanned copper, they would have been morbid, if they werent so beautiful. There were 27. I met the reflection of her blatant blue eyes with my broken brown, and she said,