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one summer, when I was five

by Paula Harris
Harris - Poetry

Paula Harris lives in Aotearoa/New Zealand, where she writes and sleeps in a lot, because that’s what depression makes you do. She won the 2018 Janet B. McCabe Poetry Prize and the 2017 Lilian Ida Smith Award. Her writing has been published in various journals, including Hobart, Berfrois, New Ohio Review, SWWIM, Diode, and Aotearotica. She is extremely fond of dark chocolate, shoes, and hoarding fabric. Twitter: @paulaoffkilter | Instagram: @paulaharris_poet | Facebook: @paulaharrispoet

Lead image: “totally screwed” (via Flickr user frankieleon)