Quite a Quote

As after my mother’s death, I walk around seeing objects from a haunted world: a child’s easter dress, box of four crystal glasses, unopened package of men’s t-shirts. A beach towel. The delightful ones pin me to sorrow. That bird.

How to mourn someone who has not died? Although I know when a parent dies, the relationship still continues.

flocks

John says—about the lover’s own ambivalence—if the relationship weren’t conflicted then you should worry. What would I do without him.

Hahn, Kimiko. The Narrow Road to the Interior: Poems. New York: W. W. Norton, 2006.

Passenger

For the Intermittent Writer

333sound

Short books about albums. Published by Bloomsbury.

The Wink

This Week in Kink

Zoë Tersche

Freelance writer focusing on internet freedoms and surveillance along with sexuality and gender in media and tech.