Parker Tettleton

WE CAN’T HAVE SEX IN TIME

I’m honest: I don’t remember.  The second sentence is a twist.  You’re dancing & I don’t know how. There’s a bar in a bar for the cascading etcetera.

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A GUITAR-SHAPED POOL

Grandparents fail like youth, we kiss upstairs on the remembering parts. What do you do notwithstanding? I bet arcades, sling twists outside our complex. It’s only August, only. We Halloween a door, mothers put up stockings.

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I GROW UP SMALLER

We open our legs alone for each other, talk about not talking over the phone. Then it’s a history & not hers or mine. Was wears is if you let it. A lie isn’t everything like everything is a lie.

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