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C.H.R.Y.S.A.L.I.S
Poetry
All covered up in a brown nest I learned to call a “chrysalis” / And I could spell it too: C.H.R.Y.S.A.L.I.S. / And she told me that patience had power, That the caterpillar in the chrysalis would turn to goo and then into a butterfly. And all I had to do was wait.
2 min read
A Body in a Borrowed Shirt
Poetry
I’m wearing a borrowed shirt / and I’ve stained it with a dish I call / “curry adjacent”
1 min read
Lessons We Learned
Memoir
After a long, anxiety-inducing summer spent isolated with my parents in our family home on the burning NSW South Coast, it seems I learned some lessons about dread and impending doom that have come in handy.
3 min read
The New Norm
Poetry
Smoke and haze / Dreams ablaze / Patiently waiting, for Death’s sweet gaze
Warming/Warning
Poetry
Under the pink sky dulled by the fumes of the train, stand a little closer to me, darling.
1 min read
Our World is Burning
Articles
Our ice is melting, Fires are ravaging our home, and Attenborough is angry.
Walking at Dusk: My Inner Monologue
Memoir
I have an inner monologue that is constantly running, like the voiceover in some off-beat Australian dramedy. Walking down the street is like the first sequence of ‘Offspring’.
1 min read
an active campaign
Poetry
a jolly man affixed on marigold board / pledges of greatness from a third storey / two thumbs up to hide the fraudulence
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