Fever (and other white-hot lies)


(a Fib)

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Be
-lieve her
when she says
it’s too hot in here;
she’s got issues of both blood and
ink, too many degrees in both
education and
stone cold se
-para
-tion.
 

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3 Responses to Fever (and other white-hot lies)

  1. Sara v says:

    You are on fire, that is for sure!! 🙂

  2. I’m impressed with your sticking to a form.
    This could be from the point of view of the yolk from the egg you recently cracked — too hot inside the shell, no hope of being attached to blood or ink, and the threat of separation! Or perhaps it’s a chick getting ready to hatch — the “fever” would make her hatch more quickly!

  3. peach blossom moth says:

    Can you say “para-shun”? I think she’s trying to explain it to him like he’s stupid that she’s leaving him, at least on some level. Maybe it’s a part-time shunning, or one that’s incomplete—like, they’re separated but still living together.

    I also see “too many degrees in bow-think.” She’s shooting arrows at him.

    This is bedtime, and she’s blowing him off by saying she has a fever/headache. But really, she’s just plotting her escape and doesn’t want him touching her. Why can’t he get the message she’s sending loud and clear? Leave me, or I’m leaving you.

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