Infinite Abyss

Infinite Abyss

Another Pair of Knees I See

An illustrated poem about the haunting realities of manspreading. I step onto the tram and with a bright mood I view the crowd around me. A lady with a full basket and a white fur coat mumbles to herself, almost rhythmically. An animalistic smell wafts from the coat because it has just rained. She is […]

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Infinite Abyss

Poetry for the Abyss

Remember Me Like I’m Winter ’97 it is hard to love ppl without expectations i’m addicted to chocolate almond milk and you’re addicted to watching netflix you won’t think about wanting to die tonight i won’t think about how you are not thinking about me i used to expect you to want to be alive […]

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Infinite Abyss

Summer Affectionate Disorder

It felt like nothing was real. If I moved my hand in front of my face, it was as if everything was happening in slow motion. I distinctly remember hugging my mother in distress before a paranoid thought took over: What if she wasn’t trying to help me? This was how I started the summer […]

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