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Aja Moore

21 Aug Aja Moore

KEEP YOUR LOVE LETTERS

 

for Cello

 

My best friend with whom I ate the weed
before I left the city sends me a meme
about when ur trying to have a conversation
but then the edibles kick in and I feel so much love
It fills my whole body         being thought of
Seen for         the alien I am
gonna be the bitch who writes a poem
about a meme in which ur the person and I’m
melting green little animated body beside you
Inside too inside maybe saying remind me
to tweet about eating weed and then going to the amusement park
with a Sagittarius remind me I forget

Why is everybody always writing about their husband? Get your husband poems
out of my face         do you really have somebody you tell everything to?
I can’t imagine it

I stand up for myself and they want to
Spend way less time with me
It happens this way      every time

After we ate the chocolate I spilled my guts
Like really puked everywhere         it didn’t matter

 

 


 

Aja Moore is a student at the University of British Columbia. Her work can be seen online on The Minola Review and The Puritan. She is currently at work curating a poetry mix tape. Find her on Instagram @smallhoax and on Twitter @aja__moore.

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