t u p r


Baby, names don't impress me

Baby, names don’t impress me. They sound the same in your mouth as they do in mine. Dropping them like bread crumbs only feed crows.

Read more

Crying done, cognac

Crying done, cognac lets us speak ill of you. We teeter bitterly on shame; enumerating the costs of your confidence & our easy virtue.

Read more

We've broken English

We’ve broken English. Vietnam weighs the spaces in your breath, my Hs disappear across the sea. Not for your dad, I might still know you.

Read more

We divvied up our friends

We divvied up our friends like our possessions, so when I see Peter in the market his surprise is like Judas’, his kiss a proxy of chance.

Read more


I am walking with Peter along the main road that cuts between her veranda and the school. He is in a fit of frustrated tears after being denied an expensive race car back in town, the injustice of which still seizes him. It is so hot I don’t bother to comfort him or demand he [...]

Read more