A story about foraged flowers.

The only sound is the snickering of candles we’ve arranged on the edge of the sink and the closed toilet seat, their flames flickering gold on our forehead sweat. Is the occasional swoosh of the shallow water that we swirl with our bath-puckered hands, just to sense movement. Is the steady tide of lungs, inhaling and exhaling the thick steam and incense smoke. It’s as if we’re cocooned in this small apartment bathroom and in the smooth…

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Writer, farmer, etc, just trying to make Mama Nay proud.

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Leah Pellegrini

Leah Pellegrini

Writer, farmer, etc, just trying to make Mama Nay proud.

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