Little Billboards #21– 30


She cast a net to kill the spider in the pool.




morning coffee
and telling my mother
“Happy Birthday” in person




Evidently the West is where you can die by the Chinese buffet.




Gregor Samsa is my spirit animal.




A substitute sits in the teachers’ lounge
and stares at a saltine
like he’s reading a psalm
or hearing a whispered, sympathetic vesper.




In the children’s section,
a woman wears headphones
and holds a Rudolph puppet.





The Moon’s Reflection




The Sky and Handwriting Become Unnecessary




Jesus Coffee Mint




It Doesn’t Come In a Bucket Anymore



More about Little Billboards here.

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